National at The Barrington Rege

Address: 825 W Osborn Road, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, AZ 85013, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Encanto area of Phoenix, is near Heard Museum, Encanto Park, Enchanted Island, and Telephone Pioneer Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Nov 28, 2014

25 photos

... from Behind the TV. Long story short, I got stuck in the TV unit. Couldn't get my head out. Eventually I did, with a very sore ear. Oh god. Mum always says "son you are one of the most intelligent people but how are you so stupid as well"

Next morning was a 6:30 start to catch the sunrise and go on a 9km hike. I was quickly greeted by some downstairs neighbors from our group, asking If there was a murder in our room. To that ...

Tryin' for Vegas

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jul 30, 2014

1 photo

... unfazed, Leslie and I strategized on how to get our carry-ons and still make our connection. We decided Leslie would go to the counter at the end of the jet-way in the terminal to determine our next gate. Meanwhile, I would patiently wait for the bags.

As soon as the door to the small jet opened, we put our plan into action. It seemed to take forever to get my hands on our bags. Once I did, I was up the ...

Balloon Ride

A travel blog entry by diane12 on May 05, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... their trailer and set up as we wait. They only do one trip per day 7 days a week. The blowing up of the balloon is fascinating and takes about 30 minutes. The ride was about 90 minutes and took us over the red rocks as the sun rises. We actually fly over one of the rock formations and I felt like I could touch the top. ...

Phoenix ll

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 29, 2014

122 photos

... Legend of the lost Dutchman:

A fantastic goldmine is here, like no one ever saw – people seeking it vanish without a trace – according to the Apache Indians the Thunder gods protect the mine, bringing death to those who attempt to pillage it.

A Spanish guy: Peralta found in 1845 a gold mine; he concealed the entrance, so no-one finds it, but got killed with all his man by the Apache who didn’t like ...

Arizona, because yo

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jan 01, 2014

2 photos

... showering, I bent down to dry my feet and my back went out-guess it might as well be now while I am already feeling lousy!! But felt fairly good this morning, only hurts when I move! Breakfast, as best we could do with what food was in the house. Called the car service and they sent out a guy to start my car. Put away most of the clutter and finally drove to Subaru to have them check the battery. I do not have battery problems down here-not with my older vehicles, and ...