Saturday morning, we had breakfast at the restaurant next to the hotel, the Breakfast Club. The food was great. Then we headed east to see some of the sites. We stopped at a lovely historical marker. We aren't sure exactly what it commemorated.
Then we went to Superstition Mountain museum that included the old sets from some of the Western TV shows. It ended up being pretty interesting. We had to try the Sarsaparilla. The Elvis chapel was also a highlight.
Then we headed to Goldfield Ghost Town I had read about. I obviously didn't read enough about it since it was a recreation - not exactly the real deal. We took the mine tour. I liked it since they built it as a tourist attraction. It wasn't as claustrophobic as other mines I'd been in.
On the way back to Phoenix, we stopped at Four Peaks Brewery. The food was really good - especially the kale salad. The manager was really nice and we had a good chat with him. We liked most of the beers.
Then it was finally time to head to the game. It turned out it was Randy Johnson's number retirement so that was really fun to see. We liked the Field a lot. They have so many places to watch the game - an area with pool tables, a beer bar in the outfield, a Fridays with tables and bleachers in the outfield. Very fun. We got a stand up table at the beer bar and had a nice time chatting up a local.
After the game, we walked back to the hotel and noticed a cool cocktail parlor: Bitter and Twisted. We got a seat at the bar. It was so much fun to watch the bartenders whip up all these crazy cocktails. The food was pretty good too.
Sunday - we headed to the airport and spent most of the day flying.