SpringHill Suites Phoenix Chandler/Fashion Center

225 North Metro Boulevard, Chandler, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85226, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 225 North Metro Boulevard, Chandler, is near Dobson Ranch Golf Course, Arizona Railway Museum, Buffalo Kids, and Huhugam Heritage Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Chandler

    The Advantages of Digital Publishing

    A travel blog entry by key02jewell on Jul 13, 2014

    ... also relish digital publishing. Occasionally, some fiction authors may not have a distinct segment which a traditional publisher can market. However, in case the author comes with an audience the fact that traditional publisher won't appeal to, mcdougal can use this to their advantage and take advantage of that specific niche through their online network. Another important feature of digital publishing is ...

    4444 miles

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 08, 2013

    23 photos

    ... died of Ptomaine poisoning is beyond me! We cleaned cabinets and refrigerator and freezer- Some of the things I found were scary!!! Gave a bunch of food to the neighbor- stuff he admitted he will not ever use. Then I read some and he watched DUNE – nothing like the books I had read of it so I went back to reading and now will get ready to go out for dinner—I feel safer eating out! We went to Hopper’s, where we usually go and as usual, he ordered ...

    Ron/Gloria's House, Capitol, Frank Loyd Wrights

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 11, 2013

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    ... in 1891 and built a series of canals. By 1900 his ranch covered 18,000 acres and then he sold some land to 300 speculators and the city was born. Ranching and growing alfalfa, cotton and grain were important but today it takes a back seat to manufacturing and electronics. There are so many walled shopping and housing developments here all built with the color and look of living in the southwest. The highways in this area all have ...

    It's hot here!

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2012

    15 photos

    ... by. We had gotten off to a rocky start - long story - and I guess we are starting over. She brought me a watermelon and some cole slaw. I gave her the lamp I had in the shed that has been looking for a new home. So I had a smoothie and coleslaw for dinner! My baby birds are doing fine, active, and tonight I watched the mama feeding them.

    July 9th -Monday--didn’t get to sleep till after 3, and kept waking up but stayed in bed till almost 10. Still ...

    From The East Side Of The Bay (Athletics)

    A travel blog entry by ehjelter on Mar 16, 2012

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    ... 45 pm. Apparently there is light rail access to the ball park provided the eager fan gets off at the Priest/Washington station and walks the next half mile.

    From the stands of Phoenix Municipal Stadium, there is a great view of Camelback Mountain, a 2704' edifice to the north. Plus, with Pagago Park stretching out to the northeast, it is easy to get the feeling that you are somehow out in the countryside. Considering that Tempe is south and east, Scottsdale is northeast ...