Days Inn Scottsdale / Fashion Square Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Scottsdale
... actually melted into one another in the process of expension.
Scottsdale began as a small farming community when Rhode Island banker Albert G. Utley sub-divided the 40 acres of virgin desert land into town lots in 1894.
Today, the city is a vibrant tourist destination especially for wealthy American tourists and people from the North-Eastern regions who have retired. Scottsdale houses many high ...
... Peyton... there's been rousing T-ball games and pumpkin carving.
Mazy has tangled a few times with cactus chasing bunnies and of course. It’s a land mind of stabbing cactus spines and fallen cactus apples out here in the fall. She has learned to tip toe across the ground in a few areas where she has run into stickers, until the bunnies addle her brains and off she goes!
Next week we are going to Rocky Point, Mexico (Puerto Penasco) for a ...
... Plateau and drops several thousand feet to eventually drop you out into Scottsdale. From the prairie scrub brush it changes to tall pines and hardwoods. It's a welcome sight after seeing so much desert. Finally, the trees disappear and the desert returns this time with the giant cactus that Scottsdale is known for. The temperature has also jumped. In the high ground it was 89. The ...
... G’s home… he’s one of my coffee buddies (Old ****’s Suncrest men’s coffee group) from Nine Mile Falls WA..
Larry had called about 4 or 5 weeks ago and asked if I wanted to join him and some of his other AZ guys in the NASCAR Race on Sunday the 3rd… I said sure... why not?…
The weather was predicted to be low 80’s and the night before was warm so a trip up on the Goldwing seemed like ...
... were several tiny, babies. What a great experience it must have been!
We got back to camp and per Runkeeper, on the phone, we had covered 5.53 miles. No wonder we were bushed! Earlier, as we hiked, I asked Lynn what she was thinking about. She said that she was trying to decide whether to make ham sandwiches with smoked cheddar or Swiss cheese for our lunch meal... A nice distraction, for sure... Whatta gal, she is.
We decided ...