Travel Blogs from Phoenix
This morning we went to IHOP (International House Of Pancakes), my gosh, I now know why Americans are so overweight, the food is so cheap, come to think of it, everyone in that place was overweight. Food was pretty good, got French toast, poached eggs and bacon strips with a hash brown, along with that came Pancakes as well, less than $10. We were …
... through London customs, grab my bag, go check it back in and back through security. Luckily I had a 4 hour lay-over which would be plenty of time.
The adventure started out with a gentleman being escorted off of the plane because he was being difficult. I believe that he may have been schizophrenic, but it made for an interesting start. I made it to Phoenix, grabbed a little food and went to stand by my gate. This is when ...
The WiFi is only good by a hotspot at the laundry center. And since it was time wash a couple of loads I can get caught up with recording our days activities. We haven't participated in any of the many hobby groups. Although Thursday I'm checking our the stamping group. The cards on display are more gorgeous and talented than I've ever seen. We have been good ...
... day, for whatever reason the normal stress didn't come. I got on the bus headed to Tumba Muerto and stared out the window enjoying the new scenery. It should be noted that Tumba Muerto gets it's name because not so nice Panamanian used the area to dump dead bodies they needed to be rid of. The grass grows fast and tall in empty lots, good place to put things you rather not have found at your house. It is developed now and is no longer a dead body ...
... on the picture). It has the one absolute requirement: a seven-car garage.
The rest of the day was a lunch with Michael and Fran at their home in Scottsdale. And then, because we can't eat too much on vacation, dinner with Wayne and Pam.
A very pleasant two days in Phoenix, where the 106 temperature is very dry. But it's still 106!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTraveler's Inn Phoenix
The rooms were cheap, but they do the job, it was actually quiet funny to see the big CRT Screen tv and the old style phones.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.