Windsor Palms Apartments

2990 West Thunderbird Road, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85053, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the North Mountain area of Phoenix, is near Castles N' Coasters, Open Road Tours, Deer Valley Rock Art Center, and Lookout Mountain Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Travel 2014: Phoenix to Canada

A travel blog entry by cookecarl on May 11, 2014

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... While standing on line to clear security a wheel chair with a woman and dog is brought into the line. The dog was one of those small yappy types and had made itself known long before they arrived. Everyone on line had strained their neck to see what was coming. The dog yapped incessantly while the woman cleared security, then all the way to the gate and guess who’s gate the woman ended up at? If you guessed mine you would ...

Not only Peoria...

A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Mar 29, 2014

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... rides ranch...

(Pardon the pause in this entry...Don, the campground host just interrupted my flow of chatter to deliver an 18-count carton of fresh farm eggs to the RV. And there goes Sandy on the 4-wheeler with Toby Rottweiler in pursuit up to the mail box.)

to ask about the hot springs, we came upon the first of many wild donkeys. They were pretty obliging and stood for photos. 'Twas a good day. ...

Phoenix ll

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 29, 2014

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... War on ‘M*a*s*h’. And also we saw them taking the engines of a B-17 taking apart, since the engine only runs for 1200 hours and should be ready for the summer flying. Part of this was, that you could not only closely watch them do their work and ask questions, but also to go into the B-17 and look along the machine gun… touch the bombs…. We also admired the B-25… and wished we had the 700 $ for a ride in the nose ...

SMoCA, Musical Instrument Museum & Nobuo

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 08, 2013

... must be something else. I was very wrong. The museum takes up the entire large building.

Most of the exhibits are arranged geographically although there is one section that has memorabilia from various artists. They also have memorabilia scattered around the geographically-arranged sections. For instance, they had one exhibit on Alice Cooper, who is from Phoenix, in the Americas section.

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The Apache Trail to Pheonix, or really Scottsdale.

A travel blog entry by birniewedding on May 11, 2013

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... to the building of the dam, which helps restrict the turbulent and changing flow of the Salt River, to ensure consistency of the water supply to the down steam communities in Arizona, which also marks the start/end (depending on if your going west or east) of the Apache Trail. The Apache Trail itself, is nothing to do with Apache Indians, its just a name that the native Navajo's gave to the mountain pass between Pheonix and the lake/river, and is now known as highway 88, ...

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