Scottsdale Cottonwoods Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Voyager Class with an inner promenade area, an ice skating rink and a rock wall. We finally got everything unpacked and freshened up for dinner with the usual apprehension about who the other assigned seating guests might be. The evening turned out to be delightful! One couple is from the UK, and the other couple, Ken and Sarah, live in Melbourne and Sydney. Sarah appears to be an elegant Chinese lady who has lived in London, Vancouver. and Hong Kong. They are all well ...
... we had to pick Abby up from Always Unleashed - the doggy daycare centre, and then Alky from her summer school class and took her to her home nearby. She is a big Barbie fan and was given the Barbie house for her birthday recently!
Home for cocktails and pizza in front of the TV!
... to a comprehensive set of instructions from Pat and Brian, we were underway in a few minutes. Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, we weren't able to persuade the air-conditioning to work, and a sign by the freeway on the way out of Vegas told us it was already 116F and getting warmer. So it was a very sweaty and bedraggled bunch that emerged from the RV in the early evening to say hello to John and Suzanna ...
... cruise was beautiful if chilly depending upon where the boat was.
We did the pub visit too although I have forgotten the name of the pub. There were typical British foods - things like Ploughmen's Lunch and Beef & Guinness Pie - and I think most of us came away with left-overs.
Of course I did not get an opportunity to write this right away and I have forgotten the details. But what I do remember is how much Dad would have enjoyed this in the past.
Last few nights have followed exhausting, long days so finally got a few minutes to bring a waiting world up to date on our fascinating forays.
Our trip to Four Corners went pretty much as we expected. A 40-mile diversion from our direct route to Shiprock, the Corners have been turned into a tourist trap, run by the Navajo tribe. It costs $3 to go stand on the Corners marker, where your companion takes a photo of you in a silly pose (attached photo will illustrate). The Corners ...