Scottsdale Resort & Athletic Club
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- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... We stopped for a Thai meal and beer at a "Barbecue Garden" before entering the Palace. Again there was confusion over whether they would take American money. The Palace was quite contemporary all done to in marble. The rooms with had mostly floor to ceiling windows. The furniture arrangements were quite formal with with gold and brown upholstered furniture. This is where the President lived and where peace talks took place. We noted President Nixon in one of the pictures, ...
... of "How do you get through those narrow doorways when laden with carrier bags from Waitrose?" "Why did Mrs FLW not have an ensuite in her bedroom? Or did she nip out and squat in the bush and chance the rattle snakes in the middle of the night?" or "What? No double beds?"
There were many aspects of the design which I liked, but some of the basics I would not have liked to live with. Having a separate office is great, but lots of the other rooms were ...
Midget bar: night life- Giligens "Welcome to Arizona" Steph at the sign and border between the two states "Yuma: the sunniest place in the world" First stop in Arizona Ladies you are stunning. I just had to stop my car and tell you. I would pay you to kiss your own feet" Random guy in his car passing by when we were walking from Sugar Bowl back to our hotel down a side road. ...
... br> Snow birds is the name given to US and Canadian residents
who fly south for the winter. Many own mobile homes and we visited a park where
each home seemed to come with a palm tree. We then went on to visit the Mesa Arts Centre, where Gary and Rusty are volunteer ushers. It has 4 theatres with seating ranging from
100 to ...
... such as the "Key Grab" (where pilots attempt to grab prizes, including a set of keys to a new vehicle, from atop tall, flexible poles), it's not uncommon to see the same balloon make 5 or 6 passes at the targets, simply by working the box to keep returning to the field.
Our balloon fix satisfied, we hit the road for Scottsdale. Enroute we passed through rugged canyons and skirted huge mesas; south from Flagstaff heavily wooded hills gave way to saguaro, sagebrush and scrub. ...