BEST WESTERN Apache Junction Inn

Address: 1101 W. Apache Trail, Apache Junction, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85220, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1101 W. Apache Trail, Apache Junction, is near Goldfield Ghost Town, Goldfield, Apache Trail Scenic Drive, and Lost Dutchman State Park.
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      Boston to Mesa--snow to sun

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... windows in case of another rain storm. Now at 4 pm it is about 16 degrees! Dinner at Italia and back home. Temp is 16 now.

      January 9, 2015-Friday-Checked on Phil’s book today and 7 hard and soft covers sold in last 3 weeks. This info is on a site we have come to not trust as numbers never end up with what our publisher says each quarter, and it also does not list the e-books sold. 11 degrees and then snowed for a couple of hours- so ...

      Music, Music, Music!

      A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Mar 24, 2014

      What a fabulous variety show at Barleen's Arizona Opry - shared with good friends Ann & Ken, Linda & Scott, Sue & Larry, and Vickie & Doug. Preceded by a roast beef dinner, some wine and good conversation - it was a wonderful way to wrap up our time here! The VARIETY of the music was amazing...details and pictures to follow!

      Somewhere between Houston and Phoenix...

      A travel blog entry by driverj on Jan 05, 2014


      ... and drove the continent for a couple of months, leaving everyone and everything behind while he dealt with his losses. The song was a favorite of mine when I first heard it...but then two years ago it took on a deeper, more relatable connection that forever changed the meaning and tone of the song for me and made it impossible to be anything but personal: "Pack up all those phantoms, Shoulder that invisible load; Keep on riding north and west Haunting that wilderness road Like ...

      There's Gold in them thar hills

      A travel blog entry by mandmcorp on Jan 02, 2014

      4 photos

      ... and then we had a nice relaxing time in the spa pool.

      Dinner was at a local diner. The decor left a lot to be desired. I was a little concerned when I realised it was just us but the food was great and really cheap. It was also plentiful and we couldn't eat it all. They do breakfasts so we will probably go there in the morning as it is walking distance from the camp.

      Will upload photos in the morning when the internet works faster!

      Face the Facts! A Summary of 2013 Details.

      A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Dec 31, 2013

      3 comments, 3 photos

      As we've done every year, we wanted to share some of the details about our life on the road in 2013. Thanks again for joining us on the journey!

      MOTORHOME MILES DRIVEN: 11,703 Miles (4,260 last yr; 11,356 in '11; 6,400 in '10; 5,186 in '09; 11,801 in '08, 14,046 in '07; and 15,097 in '06)
      AUTOMOBILE MILES DRIVEN: 12,621 Miles (9800 on the new ...