Travel Blogs from Phoenix, United States

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Rest and Relaxation ?, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Rest and Relaxation ?

A travel blog entry by kevmoley

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After a large scare this week, I am happy to report that my Dad, who had a mild heart attack, is home and recovering nicely. His Doctor has advised him to stay at home and relax. Now, anyone who has met my dad, knows this is a very difficult thing for ...

Arizona ~ The Grand Canyon State, Arizona ~ Phoenix/Scottsdale, Flagstaff, Sedona, United States travel blog

Arizona ~ The Grand Canyon State

A travel blog entry by docevida

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Hi Everyone! Arizona is HOT!! And...the cacti are TALL!! We spent 7 days in Arizona - the first stop was Phoenix/Scottsdale where we stayed with Jordan's brother Josh and his wife Nancy. Josh runs a tennis academy and Nancy is the Assistant ...

Memory lanes of Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Memory lanes of Phoenix

A travel blog entry by tamollie

... of course, but we parents secretly spied on them through the window.   Beyond the party we had several fun and productive days around Phoenix.  One evening we got to meet up with my cousin Jim whom I haven't seen in over a decade.  We had ...

Need this one to get map right, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Need this one to get map right

A travel blog entry by paul.sue

Needed to get route on map ...

Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Desert Botanical Garden

A travel blog entry by topanga

It was very interesting to visit a botanical garden if more then half of the plants are new to you.  I learned a lot about the desert, how people live and survive there, what you can do with the leaves from a Mesquite (make cookies), how the ...

El Paso to Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

El Paso to Phoenix

A travel blog entry by djpick

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... Museum. A very fine art museum, indeed. Although it was tough to find. A large portion of the roads in downtown Phoenix are undergoing construction so navigating the streets is a little difficult. The museum holds a nice variety of American, European, ...

Golf and Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Golf and Phoenix

A travel blog entry by barratt

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... years determined the landscapes; in both cases, the areas are the driest in their respective countries. Some facts about Phoenix: - Mesa (a district within the city) manufactures Apache helicopters - Fountain Hills, has the highest fountain in the ...

Wüste, Feuer und Indianer, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Wüste, Feuer und Indianer

A travel blog entry by meine_reisen

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Heut war der erste Tag, an dem wir mal länger geschlafen haben. Dafür war Junior diesmal zeitig wach und stand Viertel nach 7 vor der Tür. Aber egal, dann halt schnell frisch machen und zum Frühstück in die Lobby. Complementary Hot Breakfast heißt ...

phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

phoenix

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85260

fun ...

Mountain park road to see PHX below, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Mountain park road to see PHX below

A travel blog entry by lettinggo

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Often you think of Phoenix as a desert, but it is actually in the valley with mountains surrounding it. On the west valley is Glendale where Ann lives and in the East valley is the Mesa airport etc. The South Mountains park has a road you can drive up and ...

The Apache Trail, Phoenix, United States travel blog

The Apache Trail

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

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... wreaks on your body. We stop for a walk on a trail outside of Pine, then head south on highway 87, which goes right into Phoenix. We still have three hours until we need to be there, so I suggest we detour down 188, past Roosevelt Lake, and then take ...

Corned Beef Tacos w/Cabbage for St Pats ?, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Corned Beef Tacos w/Cabbage for St Pats ?

A travel blog entry by lettinggo

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Went to spend last weekend with Ann and wanted to go somewhere for St Patricks day. Normally there is corned beef and cabbage w/potatoes. She had noticed a Mexican restaurant with Corned beef tacos. So we went and tried some since of course you are in ...

Into Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Into Phoenix

A travel blog entry by momadunc

... that we could take it with us to Scott's!  A real reversal of roles reminiscent of the university years!  Then off to Phoenix to visit Scott.  Once the first load was in the washer, Mom an Scott headed for the kitchen with Scott preparing ...

Two unique buildings - Biosphere 2 & Taliesen West, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Two unique buildings - Biosphere 2 & Taliesen West

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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... I love Falling Water, but would take this beauty in a heart beat. A quick trip into downtown Scottsdale, then back to Phoenix. Dinner at Guarduno's. We found this restaurant in New Mexico years ago, and loved it. Not much has changed. Still ...

Happy Trails, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Happy Trails

A travel blog entry by hannahmont

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... crawling soon? So far, it's been great traveling with her. Of course, everything takes longer, but we expected that. We drove from Phoenix to Winslow, AZ today. We made one pit stop and one detour so our trip took much longer than we thought. Our pit ...

Back Home!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Back Home!

A travel blog entry by llk

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Sunday Afternoon we arrived back in the Port of Pireaus at Athens and siince we had some overcast and very cool weather - spent most of the afternoon packing and repacking (kept having to try to figure out where to put the souveniers) and saying good bye ...

'Rent a tire' store, LOL. and Chili gummies, Phoenix, United States travel blog

'Rent a tire' store, LOL. and Chili gummies

A travel blog entry by lettinggo

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Saw a store where you can rent a tire. Haven't seen that anywhere else yet in the Nation so that was a funny site to see. Also pretty close to MX border in PHX, so they have interesting candy choices in Walmart. Chili flavored gummy ...

The Canyon to Rule all Canyons, Phoenix, United States travel blog

The Canyon to Rule all Canyons

A travel blog entry by 54theroad

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... campground set at 7000 feet amongst tall pine trees at the base of the San Francisco Peaks. Thursday saw us moving onto Phoenix, Arizona.  We haven’t explored Phoenix yet but we have found paradise at Casa Grande RV Resort.  Believe it ...

The eagles have landed!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

The eagles have landed!

A travel blog entry by wilma-n-lesley

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Howdy Folks!! We arrived into a true how down!! Just had breakfast at the Hole in the Wall made by "Cooky's" fair hands. Favourite item on the menu was buscuits and gravy - yes, this really is home made biscuits with sausage gravy. Yum!! The flight was ...

Murking it up on Saturday, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Murking it up on Saturday

A travel blog entry by aspie_3_pen

Today I went for a walk into the downtown area, the city centre here is really small. I got soaking wet with sweat as I was walking around. I found the Arizona Centre which is a really nice and small shopping centre, it has some really nice garden areas ...

Land of the year-round sun, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Land of the year-round sun

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... this informal-but-sophisticated warm and dry resort city. Go north to the Grand Canyon; south to Saguaro Cactus; east to Petrified Forest, the state's three National Parks. Phoenix, Arizona Population 1,371,960 Elevation 1,090 Mountain time ...

WTF... the airport has people at 5 am, Phoenix, United States travel blog

WTF... the airport has people at 5 am

A travel blog entry by rachaelandtrish

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So we got up at 3:30am today to go to Ireland. At 4:30 am there was a knock at the door. Currently at that point Trisha and I had not spoken to eachother knowing full well that we are not morning people and we just needed to go through the motions or a ...

off to the desert, Phoenix, United States travel blog

off to the desert

A travel blog entry by crumpy98

... dog and even some running (cant let the legs get too rusty) have shot past. Great weather too, sunburnt today even. Off to Phoenix after a great time here, for 2 days of my desert fix..walking in the trails of the mountains and 95deg. I dont think I ...

City of the Sun, Phoenix, United States travel blog

City of the Sun

A travel blog entry by scott_and_amy

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We rolled into Phoenix and did a little sightseeing , caught a Spring Training game , and hung out with family and friends! ...

Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Phoenix

A travel blog entry by thejourney

... a visa...but I will try nevertheless...if its meant to be, it is. If not, I will either go to Egypt and across the Sahara to Morocco (kinda the reverse of the Alchemist)...or go back to Turkey as my flight back to Phoenix is currently scheduled for Jan ...

Thoughts on USA, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Thoughts on USA

A travel blog entry by salandrich

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Impressions * Prices. Meals out seem pretty reasonable, esp when you see the size of them. But then they add tax and you add a tip and it's not such a bargain. * Tipping. What a pain. Who to tip, how much etc is only the start, you have to have the ...

The Countdown Begins, 3 Days till Australia, Phoenix, United States travel blog

The Countdown Begins, 3 Days till Australia

A travel blog entry by twobootsgonered

3 Days! That's right, in only 3 days I will be boarding a plane to Australia where I will spend the next 12 months of my life. Everyone I know keeps telling me how exciting it's going to be, how much fun I'm going to have, but to tell the truth I'm ...

Departing Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Departing Phoenix

A travel blog entry by blentz37

... by Murray, who is betting the 5-2 odds I don't come back. At least the pizza he bought was good. Our flight leaves Phoenix at 8:30 p.m. tonight, followed by layover in LA, a 14-hour flight to Taipei, and a 3-4 hour flight to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. ...

Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Phoenix

A travel blog entry by libbykay

Visited the Phoenix Art Museum, where they have this really cool temporary exhibit on Da Vinci's Leicester Codex. Also saw some cool contemporary Western American art and the Thorn Miniature Rooms exhibit. Had dinner at The Arrogant Butcher, where I sat ...

Brewing With Distinction (Brewers), Phoenix, United States travel blog

Brewing With Distinction (Brewers)

A travel blog entry by ehjelter

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... since the wide concourses and lawn offer plenty of things to do besides watching the game -Since Maryvale is close to 'downtown' Phoenix, there are plenty of places to visit afterwards -SunUp Brewery is not far off;  this micro-brewery is situated ...

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