JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa Phoenix
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are staying at the biggest hotel in the state of Arizona! It is super super nice and luxurious! Although it does take us quite some time to walk to our room from the pool and front door, it's well worth it! Along all the hallways there are refreshment tables with watermelon infused water with mint, they also gave tea and there is always …
... In only seven short days I have opened up a world within myself...I can see myself changing, growing, opening up more, right before my very own eyes. I greet everyone with a smile and a hello (not that I didn't before, but even more so now - and I feel more comfortable and confident in doing so), and 99% of the time they do the same and we end up striking up a conversation. People want to make connections, you just need to take a step in their ...
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... the coach, and hooked up. I know from past experiences that I can personally feel the difference in elevation around 7000' and higher: breathing is a little more difficult, headache, and some weakness. I had no idea about this until last year when we stayed in Yellowstone at about 8000' and I woke up in the middle of the night - feeling less than well. All of this usually passes in about 24-48 hours as your body adapts. If you read up on ...