Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sandwich and bought a few more things before home. Watched movies the rest of the day-all 3 Back to the Futures, Hugo, and a couple of others—that is all he does with his time!
August 30th- Friday- I didn’t get to bed till 1am! And did not wake till 10am, and John is still sleeping (till 11 when Phil phoned!) He had movies on and had watched some during the night too. We didn’t do much till I started on his kitchen-Why he ...
... trees and other plants that look good in the hot AZ sun. They had this house built over eight years ago after moving from CT. They planted a grapefruit and orange tree and we loved them. Fresh grapefruit for breakfast and the trees look so pretty with a beautiful green shiny color that keeps it leaves year round.
Chandler is a lovely town in the Salt River Valley. Dr. Alexander J. Chandler, a veterinary surgeon bought 8 ...
... need a haircut-I feel like a shaggy dog! Will call Layla and see if she can come next Thur since I am going out that night. Now off to bed--
July 8th - Sunday-Overcast this morning and almost cool- felt good for a few minutes and then the sun came out! 106 today and 112 tomorrow! I took some books and puzzles back to the library and Don L was there working on a jigsaw and we talked for a long time. He is really a nice guy. Back home and later a neighbor, ...
... follow the road to the park. From the east, take McKellips Road and follow along. This is far more of an adventure since you may wind up at the Phoenix Zoo or on a green at the Rolling Hills Golf Course by taking an uncalled for jog. So, take Hwy 202.
Parking is directly across the street although I parked on a side road east of the stadium, having approached the park from the east. Parking was free since business traffic along this road was negligible as the clock ...