Days Inn Globe

Address: 1630 E Ash Street, Globe, Arizona, 85501, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1630 E Ash Street, Globe, is near Besh Ba Gowah.
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      You Just Couldn't Make This Stuff Up!

      A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Mar 28, 2013

      14 photos

      ... wretched. What a climb! Shoulderless and flying traffic. We came to a bridge span that dropped off 10,000' while it simultaneously narrowed to death row for us. We decided to walk on the 18" parapet while holding our bikes in the lane of traffic and not falling into the black abyss. I couldn't look over the edge of the pipe railing that didn't make it to my hip as I proceeded hunched over. When several diesels would cross simultaneously iy would bounce like ...

      20 Miles of Solitude

      A travel blog entry by angieru1z on Mar 20, 2011

      4 photos

      ... pant leg and pull at every step I took. My bladder was running out of water and I now had to climb over fallen trees in order to stay on the trail. We were now surrounded by pines and forest. After a long 10 miles, the trail opened up into Reavis Ranch.

      My friend and I had been following closely behind her mom and boyfriend while 2 others were about 20 minutes behind us. The sun was setting so we began to set up ...

      Globe Trotting

      A travel blog entry by bobnkaren on Nov 22, 2010

      2 photos

      ... who had obtained their scrap under "questionable" circumstances. Several loads of questionable materials left the yard immediately upon the identification request. The recycler immediately called the local authorities with vehicle and materials information. They even were offered materials at "discount" prices if they would pay cash (which is against the new law). This was supposedly reported to the authorities as well."

      Good job Tennessee.

      Peralta Trail

      A travel blog entry by farrahfig on Mar 29, 2010

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... branches and lush leave or canopies, doesn't mean that they aren't trees because, really, they are.

      The Superstition Wilderness offers some of the best hiking trails near Phoenix and Peralta is probably the most traversed trail out. Normally, we avoid the crowds, but you have to admit that crowds tend to form around cool spots and if I'm ever going to understand this new city of mine, I need to know the cool spots first hand! ...

      Desert adventures

      A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Aug 08, 2007

      17 photos

      ... went into the indoor displays about the geology(airconditioned! Wonderful!) where the mock-up of a cave was very well done and where there were excellent insect and reptile houses.

      Back outside there were habitat enclosures for the desert animals; they were "natural", ie. man made but looking realistic, and were extremely well done. We saw puma, black bear, mountain goats, beavers and otters, then moved on to the free-flying aviary ...