The Hotel Waterfront Ivy

Address: 7445 E. Chaparral, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85250, United States | Hotel
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Resort Stay in Phoenix with Grandkids

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Sep 02, 2014

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... US Egg Restaurant for breakfast. The helpings are large and the food is good. Next stop was a Dollar Store. This is the best killer of time when you have little ones. I gave each of them $5 and they spent the next hour trying to narrow down their choices!

We spend the afternoon in the pool, splashing, swimming and generally trying to stay cool from the Phoenix sun. There are several pools available throughout the property to ...

Things To remember When wisata lombok

A travel blog entry by cocoa3otto on Jun 22, 2014

... it complicated to sleep inside of a bed that may not their own individual. Using a common pillow underneath your head will make a astonishingly enormous variance. It could necessarily mean the real difference in between sleepless nights and becoming nicely rested for an additional day jam packed with routines. Verify out your resorts alarms if you arrive. You never ever determine what the person who was staying there past might have experienced it set to. Should you ...

Wishin' and hopin' and plannin' and dreamin'...

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Apr 18, 2014

... thing we've done! The house sold the first day it went on the market, thanks to our amazing real estate agent, Kevin Sheehan, who posted professional pictures. The new owners saw the pictures that morning, came to see the house and made an offer by noon. That was done. The next job was to liquidate. Our friends, Patsy and Shenen from Matorelli Madness Estate Sales did a fantastic job of inventorying and selling everything ...

To Arizona and Back

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Jan 16, 2014

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... to mind. I was antsy from the minute I got in until the minute I left. I continually had to remind myself to relax and to enjoy the moment. So I saw 3 movies with my mom. I worked on clearing out some of my left behind belongings and did an okay job although you can't really tell. The closet looks just as messy, if not more so then it did before I began. I hung out with my dad when he was in town. I went to dim sum (only once ...

Americans are not patient!

A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Jul 23, 2013

We had to queue to get back on our bus, because they'd cleaned it during the stop over, but turns out its true that no one queues like the British! They were all over the place and complained for ages because they boarded another bus first which was also going to ...