Arizona Inn & Suites

2655 South 4th Avenue, Yuma, Arizona, 85364, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 2655 South 4th Avenue, Yuma, is near Desert Hills Municipal Golf Course, Yuma Golf & Country Club, Yuma Art Center, and Cibola National Wildlife Refuge.
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January, February, March: busy

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Mar 18, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... have grown every week and the semifinals had over 600 people attending. The finale had close to 900 people in attendance.

The same night as our first hike we went to a dinner and dance that had a Mobster theme; Karen and I dressed for the 1920s as did everyone else. There were some great costumes. Every month there's a dinner and dance. Every other Saturday there's a burger bash with food and music. Then there are other scheduled ...

Four Wheeling In The California Desert

A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Feb 01, 2014

10 photos

... is if you do not go into these desert back roads you miss all the beauty. I was hoping the desert was in full bloom, it is getting ready to pop soon.

Other than that there is not much more to say.

I hope you can see the beauty like I see it in my pictures.

Until Later,

Jim and Kathy

December, Part 1

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Dec 23, 2013

1 comment, 31 photos

... t resist coming south. Greg and I also spent a day with John and Bertha, our friends in El Centro. The four of us drove to Mexicali, a Mexican border town, and attended a celebration for Bertha’s priest. It was his 30th anniversary of being in the priesthood and we were served a Mexican brunch complete with refried beans, fajitas, other Mexican foods, and lots of sweets. On another evening we went with a couple of friends to ...

Retirees, "Pharmacists", and Mexican Dentists

A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Feb 12, 2013

19 photos

... in the entire world. There are streets with nothing but dental practices on them. You wonder how they stay afloat with all of the competition, but I guess there are plenty of elderly Americans to go around. More on Mexican dentistry in a bit...

Our day in Mexico started with some souvenir shopping. Near the border, there are about four square blocks of nothing but souvenir stands. The vendors are very aggressive and will follow you around, shouting phrases at ...

Christmas Time in Yuma

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Dec 26, 2012

2 comments, 22 photos

... with a bowling pin placed on the court. If you knock it over you lose 10 points. Not what I was expecting at all. Greg and I participated and it was a lot of fun. I actually enjoyed it more than regular shuffleboard because you have to strategize more; it’s less of a takeout type game.

We spent the Friday before Christmas in El Centro, visiting John and Bertha and shopping at Costco. Yuma doesn’t have a Costco, instead it ...