The Hotel Waterfront Ivy

Address: 7445 E. Chaparral, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85250, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phoenix

Finishing One Great Year In Style

A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Feb 04, 2015

1 comment, 53 photos

... another RV service company to handle it so we waited around the rest of the day to hear from them. After I called them directly they were here within an hour. The tech took all the information about the damaged spring arm and our extended insurance. He said they will have to find out if they can get the part locally or have it sent in from Dometic in La Grange Indiana.

The next day we took a walking tour of Mesa. The first stop was the Visitors Center to find out about the ...

Tryin' for Vegas

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jul 30, 2014

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... our electric cart driver was still there and drove us to the desk.

The much friendlier agent at the customer service desk was able to get us on a different flight that was leaving in 30 minutes. We no longer needed the cart driver since the gate was literally next to the customer service desk. I tipped the driver. Leslie and I walked around the corner and boarded the plane.

One more travel adventure under our ...

Finding Lodging, Transportation and Destinations

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on May 04, 2014


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We’re obviously going to fly to many places. For air reservation, I think Kayak at can’t be beat. It’s simple to use and compares multiple airline flights and costs, including international ...

Phoenix ll

A travel blog entry by raroboy on Jan 29, 2014

122 photos

... of gold beneath him. No-one who searched found the mine. It’s unknown how many died in search of the gold mine

The Superstition Mountain: when the Spanish came and explored it, men began to vanish mysteriously and found later with their heads cut off


It’s a ‘Ghost town’… ok the buildings look old and cool…. But then every building got a new purpose like a store ...

Arizona, because yo

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jan 01, 2014

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... to Scuttlebuttes for our Wednesday Spaghetti and meatball meal. Good to see Donna, our fav waitress. The place had been closed for a month in July when the big rain was big enough to put 3 inches throughout the place! Phil had given me a jigsaw puzzle for Christmas—It has 240 pieces and the overall size of the finished puzzle is 4 x 6 INCHES! Was really tricky but I did it in 2 nights! Blue sky, sunshine and warm-love it!

January 16, 2014-Thursday- Up ...