Welsch's Rose Acres

Address: 6345 N. 126th Ave., Litchfield Park, Arizona, 85340, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 6345 N. 126th Ave., Litchfield Park, is near Wildlife World Zoo, University of Phoenix Stadium, Wigwam Golf Resort, and Palm Valley Golf Club.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Litchfield Park

Pre-trip Education

A travel blog entry by docwats on Mar 21, 2015

... Well let me tell you I am Not disappointed. The different music, food, and cultures are fabulous. I realize I not going to Scotland this year, but while in England I feel we will be close enough to think and wish about the isles in preparation of a 2018 trip to Scotland, Ireland, and ...

Westward Ho!

A travel blog entry by sini2014 on Feb 06, 2015

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... Day – Spend most of the day at home. I received a gift certificate for a balloon ride from my wonderful hubby which we will use at a future destination. Towards sunset we hopped in the Jimmy and drove through the Carefree/Cave Creek area which has beautiful homes build amidst huge boulders. We then had a delicious dinner at El Encanto Mexican restaurant in Cave Creek. It has a picturesque pond setting, allowing diners to sit along the water, under ...

Selecting A Luxury Landscape Contractor

A travel blog entry by homeexcellent32 on Mar 28, 2014

... a frustrating job by yourself. It will just be a matter of finding the right landscaper to suit your needs and whatever budget plan that you have in place that you wish to work from. It will not take you long while screening landscape artists prior to you know which is going to be the best one for the job at hand. They will be able to deal with you to help you bring all your landscape dreams into reality. This specialist advice will ...

And it begins...

A travel blog entry by strayerfamily on Jun 19, 2013

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... time a bit. We have two small dogs: traveling by airplane from Alaska to Phoenix (landing at midnight) was not hard to do. But leaving Phoenix, with two dogs, in the middle of June, with daytime temps around 110 degrees - is practically impossible. Airlines will not ship your pets if the daytime temp will exceed 85 degrees. The only way to do that is take a red eye flight (which Kristine does not do well on)....and even then, its possible that temps ...

Phoenix to Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by aemckenna on Jun 15, 2013

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... for the Grand Canyon. On arriving at the Grand Canyon, we went to a lookout for our first views. Words cannot describe the Grand Canyon so I won't even try! Dinner was just at the buffet, then we met two locals (Eric and Westley) who took us to have a prickly pear cactus cocktail then to see the stars. There were telescopes set up, we saw the moon, an exploded star and a galaxy ...