Welsch's Rose Acres

6345 N. 126th Ave., Litchfield Park, Arizona, 85340, United States | 3 star b&b
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Litchfield Park

Phoenix: Welcome to the Valley of the Sun

A travel blog entry by dubnation on Jul 14, 2014

22 photos

... for the kids to make "anything that flies" with their play dough. They had 10 minutes to create something and then my parents and Shaunette would judge them at their table next to us.
Well, the kids put together their best efforts with Jadin making a plane, Kynser a butterfly, Aria made a lady bug and we're still not sure what Ayden made, but he ran out of time.
Jadin's was picked as the preferred creation but the all the kids were winners (that's how to ...

Ideas To Aid In Weight-loss Now

A travel blog entry by fear4pet on Jul 12, 2014

... pleasure in, you're very likely to stick with it. Creating a list can help you shed weight. How? Meticulously make a note of every thing you will need from your store. Do not deviate through your collection. Absolutely nothing extra should go in your cart, nor in the event you commit any timeframe in isles or parts of a store that happen to be unrelated in your list things. If you would like effortlessly commence consuming more healthy, try and lessen the quantity of dressings ...

120 Degrees Fahrenheit.

A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jul 08, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... and needs a certain temperature to thrive in. That's why you don't see cactus in northern Arizona because the temperature is only a chilly high 80's or low 90's. I suppose some people in the north have a little cactus on a saucer in their living room (like we used to do in England - remember?), but that doesn't count.

The delay hadn't been that long really and we were soon inside the city limits of Phoenix and counting down the exits for when we would come off I-17 ...

And it begins...

A travel blog entry by strayerfamily on Jun 19, 2013

2 photos

... 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 ...

It's hot here!

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2012

15 photos

... road like rivulets’ of rainwater! Now 10 minutes later, the wind is still strong but I can again see Reds house. The cactus really swayed and I can’t believe the palms don’t blow down. What a storm! 50 MPH winds. Now at 5:30 it is a thunder storm and rain! I took the food from refrig to Jerry and Vicky, gave him my list of ‘to do’ things, then finished packing. Took some things over to Red and talked for a while, finished packing and went to bed!
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