The Hotel Waterfront Ivy

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

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 18, 2015

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... people play with him.

We also got to watch the predator feeding where the food truck drives around the park and they stop to through horse meat to the animals. All the animals clearly know that Wednesday three pm is feeding times too as they were all out and waiting. The cats in particular were acting exactly like Fonzie does at four thirty when it’s treat time! You have to time it really well though and run ahead to get the best spots before the truck ...

Counting the Planes Go By

A travel blog entry by jwharam on Aug 26, 2014

A three hour wait at Phoenix Sky Harbor, but at least we're in one of the airport lounges. So we're stuffing ourselves on pretzels, reviewing our itinerary, and yes ... I'm repacking! Everything was all organized for TSA, but we didn't have to do a thing! Straight through, shoes and all! This trip is starting off on the right foot ;) ...

2014 Itinerary

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Apr 18, 2014

... a little more time there. Conversely, we may change our mind and spend a little less time in some places. We'll make those decisions as we go. We like being flexible and doing what we enjoy when we want to do it. After all, isn't that what retirement is all about? At least, that's what our retirement is all about! If you want to know where we are, just keep reading our blog and we'll post pictures and stories each step of the ...

A fun happy hour with "Bl-Elvis"!!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Feb 07, 2014

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... only spare one night!

Jim and Cass were waiting for us and invited us to the happy hour entertainment at the ballroom, so we hustled over on our bikes (as I said, the park is large, so we biked everywhere, clocking over 5.5 km during our one-day stay!), backpacking our beer and clamato. The entertainment was ...

Climbing mountains is harder than I expected

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Dec 13, 2013

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... pick up dinner from food trucks at the Festival of Arts. We were reminded it was rush hour in a big city as we crawled slowly on jammed freeways. Unfortunately, the Festival was a dud at 6pm, with maybe 3 food trucks and empty aisles. We turned to our GPS for help and after some circling around, ended up at Thai Hut.

This turned out to be a very yummy choice and we feasted on ...