Sterling International Hotels

Address: 124 South 24th Street, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85034, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Central City area of Phoenix, is near Detours, White Tank Mountain, Celebrity Theatre, and Tonto National Forest.
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Traversing Mountains

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 17, 2015

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... walking five miles in midday Arizona sun however and opted to just walk a very little way then go back to our air-conditioned car!

South Mountain Park is also home to thousands of petroglyphs that were left behind primarily by the Hohokam prehistoric culture. Petroglyphs are a type of "rock art" that was formed by pecking away the outer weathered layer of stone to expose the lighter stone beneath, thereby creating images. The petroglyphs consist of representations of ...

Top Independent Insurance Brokers Group in Arizona

A travel blog entry by jesshemp2 on Jul 28, 2014

... budget to get to New Potential Customers. While some traditional marketing should still work,,, SOCIAL MEDIA which happens to be the strategy to use! We at Iroquois Southwest understand the importance of helping our agents position their marketing strategies to get an online as well as a social media presence for lead generation. Here you can find out out more about The Iroquois Group Southwest Independent Insurance Agents Network 3. INDUSTRY TRENDS: Stay ...

Resettled and Content

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 20, 2014


... I did get one shot of the skeleton of one, which will give you a good idea of how they are constructed. Very interesting, if you are into such things...architects and engineers might be.

Back at camp we had our Easter Brunch, which Lynn so ably concocted for us. It consisted of a Black Forest Ham and Cheddar Cheese Omelet, Fresh Strawberries and some of her Famed Poppy Seed Bread. Tasty it was... I'd have to say it was delicious.
The ...

The Traveling Blues

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Dec 28, 2013

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... It is only fair.

UPDATE: The landing would include a preteen throwing up into a barf bag a few seats in front of me, which left the aroma of vomit lightly in the air. I got off the plane and got my bag. I had planned to meet my mom at the 44th street sky train station. I have done it before and it was easy but I had flown into Terminal 4 where the sky train is. This time I was in terminal 2 and that left me a wee bit disoriented by the ...

Black Friday

A travel blog entry by lizandgerry on Dec 02, 2013

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... went home after the weekend and with some quick action on my part, we have managed to secure a very nice beachfront location right next to our friend Norm from back home. We have paid for the month of December and will decide after that where we are going.

Typical for Mexico we are asked hourly to buy some sort of items being sold on the beach from jewellery, hats, blankets, etc. Of course, we have already bought a few neat items. The shrimp seller also ...