Comfort Suites Tolleson

Address: 8421 W. McDowell Road, Tolleson, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85353, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8421 W. McDowell Road, Tolleson, is near University of Phoenix Stadium, Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum, Historic Sahuaro Ranch, and Villa de Paz Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Tolleson

Relax, relax

A travel blog entry by petercubit on Aug 07, 2015

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... it. The younger one's father migrated from Italy to the US in 1890! The older one grew up in Spain and went to English schools, so they must have been wealthy and possibly relocated as a result of Franco. They both reminisced that when they first came to Phoenix the Biltmore was on the outskirts and now it's the geographic centre. They also said that everyone was walking around in ...

Escaping for cheesecake

A travel blog entry by helenvds on Jul 26, 2015

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... It was a lot of fun and we just had problems opening the last lock (the code was right, the lock was just difficult to open) otherwise we would have completed it in the hour given. The facility is officially opening on Wednesday, we just happened to stumble across it in the Internet by chance and were asked to test out the room. We ...

Keep Your Summer Road Trips Fun & Safe

A travel blog entry by ndonovic on Jun 10, 2015

... a destination, consider the following:

  • Family Friendly? Is your destination suitable for children or elders? Choose a place that everyone ...

May 19th - A lot of driving

A travel blog entry by mazk on May 19, 2015

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... said our goodbyes this morning (aww they have been
lovely) and then headed out of Alpine, Ca towards Sedona, AZ. As we
drove along the I-8 we passed through Yuma and close to the Mexican
border before we turned towards Phoenix. This is a place we had of
course heard of but didn't have any firm desire to see so we kept
going towards Sedona via Cottonwood on the way to a BLM for the night
(Bureau of Land Management, like a Department of Conservation
campground, ...

Frank Loyd Wright Taliesin West

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Apr 25, 2015

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... children and 4 other apprentices. Recording this as the largest mass murder in Wisconsin history August 14, 1914. It's been called "the summer day that changed the world" Wright himself was an interesting figure. He is not an educated architect but revolutionary for his time. He was always in debt. He created homes for family but then abruptly left his wife, six children and ran off ...