Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Phoenix-Glendale
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Phoenix-Glendale
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Phoenix-Glendale
Travel Blogs from Glendale
... Finally, modifying the area may take any where from 4 - 5 days (for basic construction) to 6 to twelve several weeks (for main construction). It is important to take all these crucial steps when selecting your new office space. Not only should you ask yourself the ten important questions in the above list, but you also must determine the kind of office you might need and allow an adequate amount of move-in period. Yourself your own perfect work place, you may happy that you simply ...
... his massive greasy burger!
Google maps said the drive would take about 6 hours from LA; we left about 7.30am and arrived at the Grand Canyon Village at 5.30pm. Lucy was very happy to see snow on the side of the road...we will make some time to stop tomorrow on the way out. Sadly, it was dark when we arrived, so we have yet to see the canyon and missed the sunset. Our hotel is called the El Tovar Lodge, and is reminiscent of a traditional ski lodge complete with open ...
... Anyway, our original passport stamp only allowed us to stay until October 30 and we stayed until the 31st. Now what? The agent told us that normally they would have us go back to Corozal to the Immigration office and pay an extension fee to stay longer in Belize. Unfortunately, it was 10:30 pm and the Immigration office was closed. Plus we had a flight the next morning and would have had to miss that flight if we went back to Corozal and waited for ...
... playing the guitar music that they wrote. Saul is self taught and good. Just a great night. We had parked at the Y and taken the trolley to the Copley and later Wendy took Nick, a lady who works at the Y and us to our homes/car.
Oct 26th Friday-Today was a book signing at Silver Clay on Albion St in Wakefield. Phil gave a bit of a talk and we sold 7 books with only about 12 people attending. When we walked in a lady was waiting with 3 books and left ...
... a future moment of clarity, but even now I am able to notice subtle changes in myself that are a result of the last few months abroad.
Travel does indeed take regular, everyday moments and situations and turn them into intense vignettes that remain with you for the rest of your life. Small, insignificant things that would go unnoticed in the everyday become badges of honor and hitching posts for dreams when traveling. It's these moments that you learn to ...