The Phoenician, Scottsdale
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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iced water. We were able to use their shower and changing facilities to ready
ourselves for the journey home. We had an effortless drive to the airport,
dropped off the hire car and took off at 7.30. Back at Heathrow at lunchtime
and home by 3 after a fantastic holiday. ...
We left the rv park early in the morning and followed a very curvy road up and over the mountains to Prescott, Arizona. Prescott is an old western mining town. The mines still hang over the quaint downtown, with its saloons, cafes and art galleries. Bill's sister Mary has lived at 7,000 feet above Prescott at Cabbage Patch for the past decade. She made the drive down and we had a great lunch at a home style diner and caught up with each other's lives.