Mission Hills Casitas
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... situated in the Sonoran Desert foothills away from the hustle of PHX, yet not too faraway, where the streets are named Easy Street, Ho and Hum Roads, Tranquil Trails and my favorite..Nevermind Trail. The small city center was impeccably pretty and clean. I read a description that said it is picturesque and a bit whimsical. I loved the laidback peacefulness of this town! On another day we took a drive to Sedona which was beautiful …and ...
... After dinner we came back to our room and hung out for awhile before Maddie and Chandler when home.
I am waiting for our morning drink delivery to arrive and then it will be time to pack up and make the 7 hour drive back to Oceanside As much fun as we have had on this trip, it will be great to get back home. Well maybe I will take another soak in the tub before we leave.
... and the others on a slow ride. You have to take a fast test to be able to go on a fast ride, I passed mine this morning and ruby this afternoon. It's such a laid back way of riding its really strange. You just sit back and go with it, no correct positioning, no straight back, heels down stuff. The horses are all extremely healthy, ...
We are on our way to Vietnam , by way of Dallas and Tokyo. We were able to upgrade to first class and it was well worth it! Trying to decide if I should stay awake for the next 12 hours since we arrive in Hanoi at night or sleep....will probably do a little of both.
Next stop......Hanoi !!
Wednesday, Jan 23
Dave was up early this morning and went for a walk These people are amazing. It seems like everyone is out at a park ...
Today we visited the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the Southwest (established in 1893). Located on the University of Arizona campus it is one of the oldest research units on the campus. Quick Facts:
- holds a comprehensive collection of Southwest Indian basketry,
totaling 25,000+ woven pieces of rare and outstanding ...
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