Villas of Cave Creek
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... to some few months. Telecenter A telecenter is really a business center that rents out there space to businesses. They offer clerical help, e-mail, voicemail message, fax solutions and a receptionist. A telecenter is an excellent option for companies that need lots of travel. Hotelling is when a organization buys or leases a smaller room that they may not otherwise need. Much like telecenters, this process is good for businesses with employees that will ...
... broke into chorus...I'd give them a C- for their performance, I'm thinking their director got to rehearsal late. The next day, she told me that she dreamed about coyotes and me hollering at her. She had simply turned over and gone back to sleep without ever hearing them. Oh, well, they weren't that good anyway!
The wind came up the 2nd night, so I think we didn't do much of anything. ...
... town of Jerome, way up on top of a mountain (Mile High - 5280 feet). Jerome has a really interesting history - founded by mining company, who mined copper and other metals there until 1953. At the turn of the century, Jerome was called "The Wildest Town in America" by Eastern newspapers. There are still a lot of bars and restaurants, now geared towards tourists. Apparently, all ...
... no one was disappointed at their first glimpse of the canyon. The sheer size of it is mind blowing.We spent a half an hour at the Canyon before heading back to our camp. Tonight is Mariam's birthday, what a wonderful excuse to have a party. We have adopted Southern accents, and I have to say that we had a very funny trip in the car today. We have also adopted Southern names which has contributed to our amusement. I think our tour leader Nick is beginning ...
... at 9am and we drove to cave creek a cute village to the north of scottsdale..into the arizona desert..
As it is cowboy country the ride was western style, that`s long stirrups , no " upy and downy trotting ", a large comfy saddle with a big handle to hold if the need arises and strange steering....ie you do not pull on the reins but just flick them onto the horses neck... and they are never tight.. all very casual..
Our mounts were ready for us ...