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10402 Black Canyon Freeway, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85051, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Day 8 - Phoenix, Dodgers Game & back to LA

A travel blog entry by jonoscott


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Well almost back in LA now, 10:30pm at night, about 30 minutes away. This is our last night altogether a the others fly out at about 4pm tomorrow. Original plan was to go to Knotts Berry farm tomorrow, but we aren't going to do that now. I'm not too concerned about that though.

I actually have a full day left tomorrow as I don't fly out until about 1:30am on the 14th. I'm not exactly sure what I will do with the ...

True Music fest

A travel blog entry by nacrobat

... were fantastic. Theatrical, atmospheric (new album is a bit that style), loud and wonderfully noisy at times. Great finish for me because the night in the desert was getting cold and it was time to head home. I wandered back to my motorcycle to the sounds of Kill Paris which I quite enjoyed. Thanks TMF for an awesome day and evening of music. 09924526712/TrueMusicFestivalPhoenix?au ...

And it begins...

A travel blog entry by strayerfamily


... sink below 85 even after the sun goes down! So our options were to drive one way to a cooler destination (e.g. San Diego, Flagstaff, etc.) and fly from there or drive. Well once we did the math on a 1 way rental, pet fees, airfare, etc. We figured we could cover the cost of gas to get to Michigan. And so the hunt for an RV began in the AZ heat. Imagine test driving a large box on wheels in that crazy heat?! Not fun - its safe to say I started ...

Journey to the ruins of Cambodia

A travel blog entry by jetsettermike


... from Los Angeles was overbooked, but luckily I made it on and got the last seat on the plane.

Before you go, here are some tips you should know:

1. Bring cash and lots of brand new dollars.
(They don't like to accept worn, old dollars for some reason)
Credit Cards are useful only at ritzy places.
2. Mosquito repellant
4. Passport size picture for your Visa
5. ...

From Palms Springs to Phoenix

A travel blog entry by jeanrose49


... line the street handing out cards for 'Girls direct to you’. Although Vegas is huge the strip is probably only a mile long and nothing we saw outside (or inside it) would persuade to live there. But it seems to be harmless enough, (unless you loose your shirt) and in the end is a shrine to fun as much as money.

We don’t look back and head north for a great big dollop of natural beauty. The dessert gives way to mountains and we gradually climb to ...

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This hotel, located in the North Mountain area of Phoenix, is near Castles N' Coasters, Glendale Arena at Westgate City Center, Open Road Tours, and Lookout Mountain Golf Club.
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