Knights Inn Phoenix

Address: 3101 North 32nd St, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85018, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Camelback East area of Phoenix, is near Suddenly Slimmer Day Spa, Tonto National Forest, Mini Golf Paradise, and Hoo-hoogam Ki Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Traversing Mountains

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 17, 2015

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... such as animals, birds, or people; geometric designs; and shapes or lines that may have had symbolic purposes. The Hohokam, roughly translated as “those who have gone,” dwelled in central and southern Arizona from approximately AD 450 to 1450. They probably did not reside in the South Mountains, but evidence suggests they hunted, gathered plants and other resources, tended gardens or fields, conducted ceremonies, and made journeys here. The South Mountains were ...

Quinceanera Tradition

A travel blog entry by borabbi8 on Sep 24, 2014

... available for the young child to kneel on over the ceremony. And, a touch of elegance is added with smaller decorated Ceremony Pillows with the presentation on the Quinceañera's ceremony gifts, such as the Tiara, the Scepter and also the Shoes. Within the reception, you can find the toast to your Quinceanera, known as the brindis. With decorated Champagne Glasses , the wedding guests are invited to provide their congratulations and finest wishes. The Last Doll can be ...

Resettled and Content

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 20, 2014

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... were as sweet as I've ever tasted. Safeway produce is good.

It's in the nineties today, so we've housebound until evening when we'll slip outside to enjoy the sounds and sights of the desert. We hear numerous birds, including the curve-bill thrasher and the desert quail. We saw several quail on our hike today, but only hear them conversing here in the park. Long-eared rabbits show up most evenings and are quite amusing to us ...

Somewhere between Houston and Phoenix...

A travel blog entry by driverj on Jan 05, 2014

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... crazy songs (As a fan of the music of the eighties, I had all of these genres readily accessible). There were, however, the same two or three songs that made it on each list - angry, sad, and saccharine. All well written and interchangeably pertinent to each of my shifting moods... The first one, Ghost Rider, by Rush was written by the band's drummer after his wife and daughter died within less than a year of each other, leaving him alone. In order to deal (or not), he jumped on ...

The Traveling Blues

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

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... a sky train station. I went to the terminal bus area and asked the driver and he said he was the bus to take. I got off on terminal 4 and headed to the sky train. When I arrived my sister was waiting and I was glad to see her if a wee bit confused. I had missed emails because of my lack of internet in Newark and had not been aware of the change in who would be picking me up. I spent 21 hours traveling and I am glad to not be doing it again for a few ...