Ramada Inn Phoenix Downtown

Address: 401 North First St., Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85004, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Central City area of Phoenix, is near Symphony Hall and Terrace, Phoenix Symphony, Phoenix Civic Plaza Convention Center, and Museo Chicano.
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Day 7

A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 09, 2014

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Day 7. To say that today started off well would be a lie. When I crawled into bed around 11pm last night the wind was starting to howl and bang my rain cover against my tent with a decent amount of force. Around 1am the rain gods unleashed their fury and dumped buckets on my little one-man tent - which took quite a beating - not standing a chance against mother nature. The roof slowly started sinking down, soaked to the brim with rain until it was laying ...

The Advantages of Digital Publishing

A travel blog entry by key02jewell on Jul 13, 2014

... publications can reach a broader audience. You could do because scores of individuals can get at the World Wide Web. Marketing through social networking venues can reach bavarian motor works commercial that this reader may not in a very traditional bookstore. Digital publishing is also eco-friendly and new technology, such as the Kindle along with other eBook guests are enabling visitors to download print faster ...

Finding Lodging, Transportation and Destinations

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on May 04, 2014

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... br> Because we are retired, we have time. This means we’re not in a hurry to get anywhere and have the luxury of taking our time getting to our destination. For traveling to Europe from the US, you can’t beat a repositioning cruise. Twice a year, usually in March to April and October to November, the major cruise lines move their ships from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean for the season. These ...

Phoenix ll

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 29, 2014

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... It is said the mine is close to the Finger of gold or named Weaver’s needle after the explorer Pauline Weaver who etched his name in the rock – points to the goldmine.

Jacob Waltz was actually a German and born in Germany, he went west in search for gold – he settled north of the Superstitious mountains and heard from the apache about the supernatural doings around the Mountain, about a fierce god and vast deposits ...

SMoCA, Musical Instrument Museum & Nobuo

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 08, 2013

... skyspace, Knight Rise. I saw it when it was overcast and, again, after the sun had come out. It wasn't particularly interesting during the day but I understand it's best at sunrise and sunset. The museum is free and open late on Thursdays, which is the only time people get a chance to see it at its best. I'll have to come back.

Someone at the museum told me that there was a train station nearby ...