BridgeStreet at Borossa at Paradise Ridge

Address: 17950 North 68th Street, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, AZ 85054, United States | Condo
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This condo is located on 17950 North 68th Street, Phoenix.
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Packing Focking Sucks

A travel blog entry by focksy on May 03, 2014


Holy Guacamole--I am packed! What a Focking production! Still have a few more things to do before I get some Zzzzz--like posting to this blog for instance. :) I think I have struck a nice balance of things I need with elimination of excess ****, but time will tell.

A few thoughts as I get ready to embark on this vacation of a ...

Baby's First Border Patrol Check

A travel blog entry by buttfunnels on Feb 03, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... swear!), but with a car packed to the brim with bags and K-9 patrol on duty, who knows, right? Fortunately, they just glanced in our car, asked if we were US citizens, and wished us a good day. Phew! It ended up not being a big deal at all, but we wanted to make sure you future I-10 West travelers knew about this so it doesn't freak you out.

We had so much wonderful scenery to gawk at today, as the mountains and plains of El Paso and ...

It's friends and family week on the road.

A travel blog entry by evotech on Aug 18, 2013

30 photos

... the day!

"It's a Dry Heat"

Day 2 brought us south to Phoenix to Cousin Jock and Alma's beautiful home in Peoria. Along with the Zeiger crew we invaded their usually quiet lives and filled the backyard with the sounds of kids splashing, dogs running, and adults laughing. Jock and Alma were awesome hosts, but I do have one complaint. They could have turned the heat down a tad. It was about 110 degrees. The ...

Cactus !

A travel blog entry by katemoloney88 on May 05, 2013

1 photo

Phoenix is not really a tourist town, but it was a really cool stopping spot for us. The desert is beautiful, full of rocks and cactus... It changes every ten minutes or so. We had a little bit of trouble on the way to Phoenix, a tyre busted up and the hire company never gave us a jack because we are going to hurt ourselves changing a tyre. We managed to borrow a ******** some random people and Matt had it changed in 3 minutes. ...

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Sep 14, 2012

5 photos

... be in the front with the pilot, and Wayne was sitting behind me with a side window all to himself.  We shared the helicopter with two German tourists, but they were put together by the other back window.  The flight was fantastic, the Canyon is so huge that it's hard to really grasp its magnitude. When the flight was finished we got back on the bike and headed into the park via the nearby South Gate.  Once inside we rode as far north as the tourist road ...