Knights Inn Globe

Address: 637 East Ash Street, Globe, Arizona, 85501, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 637 East Ash Street, Globe, is near Besh Ba Gowah.
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Travel Blogs from Globe

You Just Couldn't Make This Stuff Up!

A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Mar 28, 2013

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... day, but there was more in store.
The climb continued steeply. Agonizingly slow with all the gear and additional water we put on. We soldiered on, veering off the road every time the guardrail would have a break in it. I made the mistake of stopping to show Chris a fantastic little waterfall while there was still guardrail and there we were pinned as our worst nemesis on roads through two states; some young guy in his hopped up diesel pickup either pulling a trailer ...

20 Miles of Solitude

A travel blog entry by angieru1z on Mar 20, 2011

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... to go to bed. I headed to my tent along with Boston, my friends pit bull that would keep me company during the night.

After 2 hours of trying desperately to fall asleep, I had to get up and walk around. The pain in my legs was too much to sit still. Not to mention the fact that I had forgotten to pack my sleeping pad and was sleeping on straight dirt and rock. I warmed up by the fire a bit and took some pain killers. ...

Sometimes the Journey is harder then you planned

A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on May 24, 2010

... t be so bad.

Off I go. The highway out of Mesa turns to 2 lane blacktop. Then the elevation starts changing. Sign says, Turn A/C off for next 10 miles. ****! There's going to be more uphill then I had wanted.

I get stuck behind a semi going slow on the uphills and slower on the downhills. I decide to follow it. Might as well blame it for slowing down the traffic that's behind us. The engine ...

Peralta Trail

A travel blog entry by farrahfig on Mar 29, 2010

1 comment, 14 photos

... br>
Of course, while we were hiking, I kept my eyes open for the gold of the Lost Dutchman's Mine. According legend, a family from Mexico, the Peralta's abandoned the family gold mine in the Superstitions in the 1850s after the Apaches massacred their miners. The Lost Dutchman was a German guy who discovered the map to the mine and supposedly many hidden pockets of gold. He died and all that anyone has ever found to this day is maps ...

Desert adventures

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Aug 08, 2007

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... the road itself deteriorated into a very rough unpaved one so the RV rattled and rolled its way along, but the scenery was even better: we drove up to Signal Hill picnic site for lunch and were the only ones there (much too hot for sensible people) then returned to the road with great views of red rocks and Saguaro cacti.

I love those plants standing with their arms pointing at the sky, but was amazed at the story of their growth: ...