Travel Blogs from Phoenix, United States

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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 ...

We are on our way!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

We are on our way!

A travel blog entry by llk

... Phoenix, Arizona and on our first stop - Chicago's O'Hare Airport - where we will board our international flight to Munich, Germany on Lufthansa Airlines. Greece is ten hours ahead of Phoenix. So! we will arrive there on Tuesday, the 16th at ...

We've managed to leave the country., Phoenix, United States travel blog

We've managed to leave the country.

A travel blog entry by azmarine

Note: This blog is being written a year after the trip. The information I am using is in the form of e-mail's I sent my mother from the trip. Mom's are great. They save ...

First Leg of Flight, Phoenix, United States travel blog

First Leg of Flight

A travel blog entry by keggebeen

Took our first leg of flight from Charlotte to Phoenix.  The family took over all of row 8, except for one college female who had started from Savannah and was heading to Alaska to attend a 30 day Wilderness Trek.  Kids did really well on ...

time to head south, Phoenix, United States travel blog

time to head south

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... for the worse and I would have to run for cover.  Finally at three I gave up and drove the rest of the way to Phoenix.  I certainly didn’t give this area of Arizona anywhere enough time.  It’s quite stunning.  Next ...

Goodbye Casa Grande (sob, sob), Phoenix, United States travel blog

Goodbye Casa Grande (sob, sob)

A travel blog entry by 54theroad

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... public. The Titan II Missile Museum was next on our list. This was the largest land based nuclear missile ever used by the United States and was active from 1963 to 1982. It had the power to obliterate an area of 600sq miles. Scary stuff, ...

Shopping  + Fahrt nach Phoenix/Scottsdale, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Shopping + Fahrt nach Phoenix/Scottsdale

A travel blog entry by travelfishes

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Was wir an diesen Roadtrips durch die USA so lieben? Die Freiheit, die Flexibilität, alles kann - nichts muss, der Burger zwischendurch, die Highways zu fahren, Country Musik im Radio (naja, nicht wirklich - aber streckenweise läuft nichts anderes) und ...

Shopping + Relaxing, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Shopping + Relaxing

A travel blog entry by travelfishes

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Wir frühstücken auf unserem tollen Balkon mit Kakteen-Blick und machen uns startklar für den Shopping Tag: die Arizona Mills stehen noch auf dem Programm! Stunden später (natürlich sind wir in den Outlets erfolgreich gewesen...) bummeln wir noch ...

Relaxing, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Relaxing

A travel blog entry by travelfishes

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Den letzten Urlaubstag verbringen wir im Hotel. Die Anlage ist wunderschön, am Pool sind wenig Leute, wir haben endlich mal Zeit zum Lesen und Nichtstun und genießen - nach all den Eindrücken und Erlebnissen - die Ruhe in der Wüste von Arizona. ...

Phoenix - Philadelphia - Frankfurt, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Phoenix - Philadelphia - Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by travelfishes

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Letzte Tage sind echt fürchterlich! Wehmütig verlassen wir das Four Seasons und fahren zum Sky Harbour. Der Dodge wird noch schnell mit heißer Luft im Tank und passabler Dreckschicht abgegeben; der Shuttle Bus ist schon startklar. Ruckzuck ist ...

Feliz Cinco de Mayo, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Feliz Cinco de Mayo

A travel blog entry by shelbysimmonds

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Yet another date for the Mexicans (and now the Americans) to ...

116 degrees, are you freaking kidding me, Phoenix, United States travel blog

116 degrees, are you freaking kidding me

A travel blog entry by milanluka

... gas and toilet. Got a sandwich in a diner, for once no coffee though. Too hot to enjoy my coffee. Had booked my Phoenix accom last night, I chose the Arizona Grand Resort. Drove though town straight to my hotel. Even though I hadnt travelled far today I ...

Easy Bake Oven , Phoenix, United States travel blog

Easy Bake Oven

A travel blog entry by nickandchels

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... Greek appetizers and fantastic drink specials while Nick and Chelsea heard all about Matt’s adventures of living all over the United States. As happy hour came to an end, Nick and Chelsea’s presence was requested by Kris Haas, a fellow ...

The Beatles in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas !!?, Phoenix, United States travel blog

The Beatles in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas !!?

A travel blog entry by lettinggo

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While we were in Arkansas took a side trip to see if there was a coffee shop. There was one in a little town called Walnut Ridge, 15 mins away.  While at the coffee shop, called The Dark Side Coffee shop.   They had a sign on the corner ...

Phoenix has risen, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Phoenix has risen

A travel blog entry by alexandlucy

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Just a stop off on the flights before heading up to Canada. Had a fag on the top floor of the carpark (with duty-free tobacco - 1kg for 30 quid!!!) seeing the arid landscape of ...

Making chocolate pizza at Cerreta's in Phoenix!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Making chocolate pizza at Cerreta's in Phoenix!

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... admitted there's not much to their downtown. We finally found a deli to have lunch and it was out of this world! (Best part of Phoenix yet) Chris arrived early from FL around 2:00pm and then we headed back to the RV resort. He couldn't wait for us all ...

Pride and prophecy..., Phoenix, United States travel blog

Pride and prophecy...

A travel blog entry by abigayle_p

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I admit it. I am a punk. I cried. Those big fat baby tears. My husband (probably with visions of non-stop sports on T.V., nag free days and same short wearage) just held me and told me he was proud of me for doing this. Proud of me? Wow. He put ...

We are home, Phoenix, United States travel blog

We are home

A travel blog entry by theguelles

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We arrived home late last night, left our suitcases in the hallway and went to bed. It was a great trip, no problems on the way home, but we are tired; slowly unpacking and settling in. Thank you so much to all of you who visited our travels. It was fun ...

New Mexico / Arizona, Phoenix, United States travel blog

New Mexico / Arizona

A travel blog entry by hawgbound

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Just cruised through New Mexico and into Phoenix.  Taking a break now in a truck stop.  It is freakin hot here.  I'm so hot I feel sick.  I'm actually hiding from the sun and heat.  I'm not getting back on the bike until the sun ...

Founder's Cup LPGA tournament, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Founder's Cup LPGA tournament

A travel blog entry by jimandjamie

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Saturday we went to the Founder's Cup LPGA tournament at Wildfire gc. We got to watch many top female golfers and got Jamie even more enthused about playing golf. Anna Nordqvist from Sweden won the tournament. We even got in free being retired military. ...

Every day is a winding road, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Every day is a winding road

A travel blog entry by slinkymlinky

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... flashing about the place in red letters, and two supervisors appeared from nowhere to cart off the offending item. I was flying down to Phoenix to stay with my friend Mary, whom I'd met in Uruguay in December. Arizona was the antidote to a lot of ...

Reluctantly I will have to leave the kitchen sink, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Reluctantly I will have to leave the kitchen sink

A travel blog entry by abigayle_p

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I admit that I am a ridiculous packer. My bag- to-trip-length ratio is always disproportionate. I always pack too much. When we travel I always make sure that I have enough outfits in case something jumps off. I mean I need to be able to go from business ...

Lookout mountain gc, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Lookout mountain gc

A travel blog entry by jimandjamie

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I guess one day of golf wasn't enough for Jamie. She was researching some golf schools for next year and came across one at the Hilton resort so she suggested we check the course out. Like I said, I've created a monster. But far be it for me to turn down ...

just a pin, Phoenix, United States travel blog

just a pin

A travel blog entry by pdhvt

just a ...

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