Radisson Hotel Phoenix Airport
Travel Blogs from Phoenix
Today took Shuttle U to phoenix for an early flight in am. Our hotel had a view of ABC news Studio, so we dropped by and asked if they would give us a tour , said come back at 4p and a intern named Brittney would give us a tour The tour was awesome we were the only ones so Brittney gave us a very nice studio, it's huge. We got to take pics of us on …
... I my daughter will meet me in July, but I’m traveling alone again and it seems weird. I realize that traveling with Mark took some of the stress off me in terms of decision making. This also happened with Lisa when we traveled Spain because she spoke Spanish and I did not. I found myself thinking I have no one this year to keep me on track. So it seems I’ve lost some of the confidence I had when I first traveled alone. ...
... for the saguaro to grow 2". They form a crown of individual white blossoms when they bloom. Right now the tops are white fuzz. And it is AZ state flower. The holes are bird nests but the nests are burrowed several feet down into the cactus for protection. Woodpeckers create new holes and nests every season and old nests are inhabited by owls and other birds. American Indians used the skeleton of dead saguaro ribs for construction and tools. Now ribs are used ...
... for nice pictures – not gold.
And we learned:
- The Palo Verde is not only the Arizona State Tree, but also the easy recognizable little tree with the green colored trunk and branches
- the fruit Chain Cholla is the Cactus with the big fruits hanging down and looking like the Teddy bear cactus in tree form
- the prickly pear cactus is a total different one with the flat pear looking 'leaves'
... me of the outback in Australia. There were tall sandstone towers that filled the deserted land. The stunning clouds coated the sky with the blue hiding behind them. It was also really hot and humid! In the afternoon, we visited one of the Native American tribes, because one of Mum’s friends lived here. Mum’s friend explained to us all about the Navajo and their customs and traditions. She was telling us about the roles of men and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations