The Hotel Waterfront Ivy

Address: 7445 E. Chaparral, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85250, United States | Hotel
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MIM Museum

A travel blog entry by jkaram on Feb 23, 2015

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... American music evolved and were able to listen to many great artists. It was a fantastic day.

Feb 24
On Tuesday we left Sally's wonderful home and moved in with Maureen's cousin Myrna Galloway and her husband Don. They were located in a mobile home park in Mesa Arizona, just 30 minutes from ...

Tips And Hints On Finding Excellent Furniture

A travel blog entry by sudanleo88 on Jul 14, 2014

... vent of some kind, then timber furnishings are not a good solution. Dried up temperature signifies wood is probably going to dry up and reduce in size as time passes, which foliage cracks. If you must, compensate by using a warm air humidifier in drier weeks. You will want dampness amount of about 40 percent. When you consider buying a individual furniture, think about the way will easily fit into with all of your decor. It's one thing to view a flamingo part ...

Solid Guidance For New Moms Trying To Lose Weight

A travel blog entry by fear4pet on Jul 12, 2014

... should you do? Luckily, most restaurants now label which of your food list items are healthier, some have the fat and calories gr about the menus. When you know where by you will be consuming beforehand, visit their internet site to find the important information. Supply yourself with various food items. When not discovering diverse foods possibilities, your aged cravings will resurface and take back over. You should eat a healthy diet plan to remain healthful. Try to ...

Ah'm no man, I'm a she-male

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Mar 19, 2014

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... Indian boarding schools was particularly affecting-children were sent in some cases, but others as young as five were taken, with the idea that the 'Indian' would be educated out of them. The Art museum is free on Wednesday afternoons, from 3-9pm, and has modern art on the ground floor, traditional on the first. By now I was pretty tired and fading, but appreciated the exhibits and found the 'Read my Pins' exhibition, showcasing the pins ...

Phoenix-Sedona

A travel blog entry by nyckelly3 on Nov 15, 2013

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... Phoenix we arrived in the town of Jerome. This is the largest running ghost town in the country, which has now been turned into an artist colony. It still has all of the original buildings and you can get a good sense of what it may have been like when miners inhabited it over 100 years before.

We all enjoyed some delicious burgers at a place called Haunted Burger (aptly named for the mysterious hammer thefts during construction) and then went around ...