Siesta Palms

Address: 2541 West Georgia Ave, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85017, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Orlando to Phoenix, Arizona

A travel blog entry by okeeffe on Aug 14, 2014

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... and we caught up on all the news with Mike and Lita and met their dog Peggy. The we were treated to an amazing meal of roast beef and all the trimmings, UK style. With beer and wine to top it off, it was our best meal of the holiday! We headed off to bed with very contented full tummies and the prospect of a reasonably early start as we were aiming to be at The Grand Canyon ASAP the next day, to take in the ...

Security systems for pet owners

A travel blog entry by othaalto48 on Jun 18, 2014

Animal lovers don't have to compromise on home security. It is a general misconception that pet owners shouldn't invest in home security systems, because pets and alarm sensors don't mix well. The truth is, you don't have to choose between your pets and an alarm system. In fact, having a guard dog with a home security system can offer you added protection. Alarm systems use sensors to detect intruders or vandals when they're on your property, but ...

5th day - Sedona to Phoenix

A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Mar 26, 2014

... mr decided to try cereal with milk on top for the first time. I have no idea what brought that on or if it would happen again but it was interesting to see him eat the whole bowl. :)

We then all headed back to our room where the kids watched some PBS & Jon & I packed bags & figured out what we might want to do with the rest of our day. I decided I needed some postcards with Sedona on them so I decided to walk across the ...

Getting Back to Nature in the Desert

A travel blog entry by oski on Dec 28, 2013

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... for the performances the students would put on for each other on Saturday nights (in the 40's and 50's, the school was far from civilization and had no electricity, so Saturday nights were spend entertaining themselves by singing, dancing, and acting). The design of the buildings was typical Wright, like we had seen in Oak Park a few years ago, but also reflected how his designs adapted based on the natural environment of the desert. ...

Final Entry

A travel blog entry by avelasco2013 on Jul 11, 2013

... catch a flight to California this afternoon.

So a wonderful vacation comes to an end. We were able to see some beautiful countryside, we got to know a new culture, we ate some delicious food, we admired amazing architecture and monuments, we did a lot of walking and climbing stairs, we made some memories that will last a lifetime.

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