Travel Blogs from Phoenix, United States

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Bad things happen in three, or multiples thereof, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Bad things happen in three, or multiples thereof

A travel blog entry by mchao

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... ride over has been an adventure unto itself.  First, out of overcast Boston into drizzly Newark, then over to drizzly Phoenix, it’s been tiring, sobering (literally) and just plain weird. Let’s overview why I obsessively pack weeks and ...

Day 42: Tucson, AZ to Phoenix, AZ, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Day 42: Tucson, AZ to Phoenix, AZ

A travel blog entry by drat9191

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... from my choice, of course.  Like I wrote yesterday, it’s a Tucson thing. I proceeded up the Interstate to the Phoenix area, where I had a very nice dinner meet-up with my longtime friend from HS, Robin (along with her sister Arlene and nephew ...

Aug 21, 2011, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Aug 21, 2011

A travel blog entry by huylan

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Photos - Santa Fe & road to Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Photos - Santa Fe & road to Phoenix

A travel blog entry by hejomi57

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This entry is just of some selected photos of Santa Fe, Greer, ...

PHX, Phoenix, United States travel blog

PHX

A travel blog entry by krepitch

PHX ...

Home again :(, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Home again :(

A travel blog entry by thegnomesdoroam

Well our grand adventure to Peru and the Galapagos has come to a close. Had a really great time and saw lots of new and interesting things. Didntt want the trip to end but happy to be able to use the water and flush the toilet paper down the toilet :) ...

Capital of Arizona, Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Capital of Arizona, Phoenix

A travel blog entry by yigehaoren

... hours drive. We drove through Boulder City, NV, Hoover Dam, Kingman, Wickenburg, Surprise, and, Sun City, AZ. We drove around midtown Phoenix, and the Arizona State Capitol area. Phoenix is a very nice clean city. Too bad it's really hot in the summer, or ...

Why is it raining in the desert?, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Why is it raining in the desert?

A travel blog entry by helloboondocks

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... " sign nearby. My mom is deathly afraid of snakes, so we turned around and got back in the car.  As we got into Phoenix we saw this outrageous pink Independence Day cloud hovering over the city. The closer we got, the darker it got, until three exits ...

San Diego to Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

San Diego to Phoenix

A travel blog entry by th0rped042

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... 85-90 mph is normal. Also discovered that crossing state lines can change the quality of the road surface dramatically! Pulled into Phoenix around 9pm and found the bar that Paul (friend from online) said he would meet us at .. Barmaid said he had ...

What a flight!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

What a flight!

A travel blog entry by sandy1948

Tiny plane, huge seat-mate. I think that I should have only paid 1/2 for my seat because that is all of it that I had! Mercifully, it was only a 2 hour flight from San Antonio to ...

Dry and warm - emphasis on the warm!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Dry and warm - emphasis on the warm!

A travel blog entry by helenskib

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Well, this is my trip prologue. This is what I feel I learned from this trip: 1.      I HATE RAIN 2.     My SWAT boots are water-RESISTANT, not water-PROOF 3.     Even shatter-resistant ...

11 November 2013, Phoenix, United States travel blog

11 November 2013

A travel blog entry by jarallis

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Only been about one RV at each sale yard within our specifications. So not too many to choose from, especially with our 30ft ish length range.  Most are ...

My wife's 50th Birthday Trip, Phoenix, United States travel blog

My wife's 50th Birthday Trip

A travel blog entry by rayt

This adventure begins with my wife's 50th Birthday planning.  The original thought was for her and some of her friends, who are also turning 50, to have a big party.  Lots of food, friends, and good times.  But God has been good to us the ...

Pre-departure jitters and Volcano sprinkles, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Pre-departure jitters and Volcano sprinkles

A travel blog entry by joeyrayodonnell

So, I am just 12 hours away from departing for my trip to the UAE and India, via a flight through Chicago and Munich on Lufthansa. I've been checking Lufthansa's website all week, running my flight numbers through their system like a jockey runs his ...

Getting Ready for Christmas, Phoenix AZ, United States travel blog

Getting Ready for Christmas

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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... is not fancy but quite comfortable.  There aren't a lot of choices if you want to be close to the northern edge of Phoenix.  There seems to be a lot of people settling in for the Christmas season to be near family and others seem to be golfers ...

Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Desert Botanical Garden

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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Home, and Where the Heart Is, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Home, and Where the Heart Is

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... country over these next two years, listening to the voices and observing how people love and revere this land that is the United States, I will carry with me this thought, expressed in Craig’s video by a Native soul, which has profound meaning for ...

Californie, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Californie

A travel blog entry by annie.duquette

Trip to ...

Hanging out in Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Hanging out in Phoenix

A travel blog entry by mardaf

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Well the purpose of staying in Phoenix has been to play volley ball in the 2014 open championships. So been playing and waiting for the Smurph to catch up with me.  He should be here by Thursday and then we will be starting the trip for real. ...

Hot, hot, hot!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Hot, hot, hot!

A travel blog entry by jamiealexander

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Phoenix, Arizona was very hot throughout my time there, which was lovely. I had a great time there and especially enjoyed my day out at the Grand Canyon National Park. A stunning place with fantastic views of the Canyon. One of the most amazing ...

Departing from Salt Lake, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Departing from Salt Lake

A travel blog entry by mario.costello

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... Madrid, Spain. This delay basically threw off the entire schedule and so US Airways comped us a hotel room at the Residency Inn in Phoenix. Instead of landing in Madrid the morning of the 4th, we will get there the morning of the 5th. On a comical side ...

GCU, Phoenix, United States travel blog

GCU

A travel blog entry by littlerose03

- Arrived in Phoenix at 3pm - Drove a total of 196.9 miles since the last stop - Cost: $36.69 - Taking a tour of GCU today - waking up tomorrow at 5am for a day at the ...

Dec 28, 2007, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Dec 28, 2007

A travel blog entry by bistromath

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Good as place as any to stop I suppose!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Good as place as any to stop I suppose!

A travel blog entry by westy23

To be ...

And we're off..., Phoenix, United States travel blog

And we're off...

A travel blog entry by pegannon

Like all our Eastern bound trips, this on starts with an early morning flight to JFK. This time it is pretty uneventful. Unless you count watching the US Women's World Cup Final until we have to catch the flight to Amsterdam, getting updates on Chris' ...

A little cake and futbol, Phoenix, United States travel blog

A little cake and futbol

A travel blog entry by carlos.chavez

Saturday-we got up and went to the park with Grandma.  Ryan wanted to play soccer, so we all played.  Once we figured out how to play with only 4 people, everyone had a great time.  We had several different teams, but the favorite was ...

Mexico City, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by mfg98

went to visit ...

Sweet Home Phoenix, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Sweet Home Phoenix

A travel blog entry by pegannon

Well, we made it back to the cactus in tact. No one was overly sick or hurt. Overall the food was fantastic, only a few ropey meals. The sights and memories are everlasting. Even better was that with all the eating, balanced with all the walking, I ...

Catching the second leg of my flight., Phoenix, United States travel blog

Catching the second leg of my flight.

A travel blog entry by teducker

Unfortunately, first class was sold out so there were no upgrades to be had.  I don't mind, but it's nice to get upgraded on the longer hops.  In the end, I slept most of the way so it didn't really ...

The trip so far, Phoenix, United States travel blog

The trip so far

A travel blog entry by jandal

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... car and are motelling. We have been busy setting up $/ph/GPS/insurance/US address etc but this weekend toured Apache Country. Phoenix has 4 million people and is a sprawling place. There is an enormous mall on every corner and noone but 2 dumb Kiwis ...

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