Howard Johnson Mesa Gilbert

Address: 1625 E. Main Street, Mesa, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85203, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1625 E. Main Street, Mesa, is near Mesa Southwest Museum, Wilderness Aware Rafting Salt River, Arizona Museum for Youth, and Salt River.
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      A travel blog entry by lizandgerry on Nov 21, 2014

      10 photos

      ... forward to Mexico the most this year. We intend to stay at the same Playa Bonita RV park in Puerto Penasco that had the episode with the drug cartel and attack helicopters last year but we don't have any concerns. We are hoping to stay about 6 weeks there. Our friends, Tim and Jennifer from New Mexico will be joining us at Christmas as will Bill and Eleanor from Montana. Together with Norm and a few others it will be like home coming week ...

      A new career?

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Nov 15, 2014

      4 photos

      Oh no - a small puddle by the toilet! Bob saw the problem right away and tightened a connection and there were no further problems.

      We both were dreading this day as we attempted the new TV install. We started in with great caution and methodical steps. The first step was to mount the existing bracket on the back of the new TV. No surprises - the holes didn't line up and new ...

      Simple tips for growing a garden in your apartment

      A travel blog entry by lawngerald37 on Apr 25, 2014

      ... do well in shady, cool areas; however, your plants will grow better if they can be in direct sunshine a little while each day. If this isn't an option, don't lose hope. Do some research and you will discover there are many ways to simulate sunlight for your plants. In reality, though, even if you use artificial sunshine, it's good for your plants to get some actual, direct sunlight each day. Don't skimp on the size of your containers. Your new plants ...

      Good to be back home for a while!!

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Feb 28, 2014

      32 photos

      ... 5, 2014=Wednesday—Up early and off to the Dr—This is to be my new doctor and I had not met him before. This time I had the right Dr name on my insurance card and all went well. I like him, pretty much a no nonsense guy, but think it will work well for me. A stop at Lowe’s on the way home to get some landscape fabric to put down before the white rock that I have to find a place to purchase! A bit of late breakfast and then around ...

      Desert landscapes

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 23, 2014

      3 comments, 19 photos

      ... pull all the thorns out of the bottom of my sandals with pliers. I learned my lesson. Roger is keeping in practice as handyman!

      Those damn Cholla thorns may also be the problem with my bike tires. Bike riding has been a rare event this week (not at all until Sat), as I can’t seem to keep air in my back tire (yes Gil, I can hear your comments about my big butt already). My front tire has gone flat once, and has survived ...