While visiting our son and daughter in law, we had the pleasure of staying at the Hiton. They live just s few blocks away. The room was very nice and big. The bed was very comfortable. There was a small refrigerator ways actually kept at 40 degrees. The bathroom had all the ammidities. The only bad thing was the shower stall. It was very narrow. It had a glass enclosure that was 6' long by 2' wide by 8' high. So if you a large person, you might have to bath sideways.
The first locomotive chugged through Phoenix on July 4, 1887; this single event cemented the city’s enduring reign as Arizona’s economic hub. This rich history is on display at the Arizona Railway Museum in Chandler. A different type of economy—casino gambling—is prominent today at nearby Native American tribal lands. The Firebird International Raceway features drag racing and drag-boat racing.