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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Travel Blogs from Litchfield Park

Keep Your Summer Road Trips Fun & Safe

A travel blog entry by ndonovic on Jun 10, 2015

Each summer millions of people, from lone travelers to families, hit the road for an adventure.

Whether planning to drive from coast to coast or just a few hours to attend a family reunion, summer road trips should be fun and safe. Planning a road trip can be a lot of work and a little overwhelming, but is worth it in the end. The more you plan and are prepared for “what ifs” such as a car accident or vehicle issues, ...

Westward Ho!

A travel blog entry by sini2014 on Feb 06, 2015

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... city is in Texas and in Arkansas. The weather was sunny but not very warm so we decided to keep driving west along the northern border of Texas to the small town of De Kalb. From there we headed north again to hit Oklahoma since this was the last state on the continental US that we had not traveled in. The 2 lane road was straight as an arrow through grasslands with small towns interspersed every several miles. We called it a day at sunset after putting ...

The sick bike is treated and a tour of the area

A travel blog entry by patsbike on Apr 14, 2014

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... Indians here come from the same tribe as the Indians who built Casa Grande hundreds of miles away.
I then followed Doris to a large mall in Scottsdale. She had a good time shopping.
We then drove around the Arizona State University. It has a beautiful campus and everything seemed much cleaner than UT. Tattoos seem to be the fashion here as they are in Austin. The people here don't seem to be as strange as the people in Austin. ...

Hot Mesa AZ to mild Oregon

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 31, 2013

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... Utah. I had not planned to do it all in one day, but that is what I did! I stopped several times for cat-naps and pressed on! One road I wanted to go on-to Page-is blocked by a BIG landslide that took out a major piece of the highway some time back and they still have not decided HOW to repair it. This detour took me onto a road by the Vermillion Cliffs and they are beautiful. Charlie and I had gone this way once. Then onto some roads I had not been on and what ...

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 ...