Premier Inns

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

    Tips And Hints On Discovering Excellent Furniture

    A travel blog entry by sudanleo88 on Jul 14, 2014

    ... you get it property. Bring along a flashlight and go inches by " over the whole piece just before buying it to ensure the finish is intact. Prior to buying household furniture, imagine how you will will carry the furniture piece. Numerous furnishings shops offer only limited delivery and may cost for delivery. By borrowing a friend's truck, you can choose your household furniture and save a lot of money by hauling it yourself as opposed to having to pay shipping and ...

    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 ...

    A review of the Old House

    A travel blog entry by drbrn60 on Jun 04, 2013

    67 photos

    ... for us to review and sign. By the end of August, we were booked. Diane required a 25% deposit at booking, and we had 6 months to pay the remaining balance. All payments were sent via Paypal. It basically worked out to us sending her 100 Euro a month for 4 months. By January, we were paid off and ready to go!

    During our email exchanges, we learned that Diane’s family has owned the property and house for about 500 years. The property consists of 4 acres with a few ...

    Arizona Snowbirds

    A travel blog entry by idahotraveler on Mar 09, 2013

    7 photos

    ... and everyday it has been something on the calendar. Jerry did a morning coffee hour, I went to a morning exercise group twice, also used their exercise room, one day we biked 6 miles plus with a group of people. The time has flown by! We did do a bit of site seeing, we went out to Tortilla Flats an old stagecoach stop in the middle of the desert. Located about 20 miles ...

    Valley of the Sun: Part 1

    A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Jan 28, 2013

    38 photos

    ... R., one of Brett's favourite bands. After the concert we headed to The Point to meet up with another of Brett's cousin's, David, who happened to be in town for work. After meeting back up with the rest of the family we headed back to the Moon Valley Grill. Not knowing he was coming out again, Jim had taken a sleeping tablet which provided much amusement as he fell asleep at the bar then knocked his head on the way home, splitting it open and giving himself a concussion. ...