Travelodge Phoenix (50th Ave.)

Address: 1424 North 50th Ave, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85043, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the Maryvale area of Phoenix, is near Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum, Historic Sahuaro Ranch, Cave Creek Golf Course, and Grand Canyon University.
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    Travel Blogs from Phoenix

    Traversing Mountains

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 17, 2015

    23 photos

    ... to the ancient Hohokam as they are to local tribal communities today. Rock art patterns may symbolize Hohokam activities or mark places that were important to them.

    We didn't walk the trails so the only one I got to see was by the entrance to the park, but at least these ones seem to exist unlike the ones in Santa Fe!

    Having seen what we could of the area without killing ourselves we headed into Tempe to get some lunch and check out a pub recommended to us by Uncle ...

    Quinceanera Tradition

    A travel blog entry by borabbi8 on Sep 24, 2014

    ... the ceremony or as decoration and keepsake. The Quinceanera doll represents a final things of the child ever since the Quinceanera will concentrate on the things of any woman. In certain Hispanic cultures, the cápias (printed ribbons with the Quinceañera's name and date) are pinned to the doll, along with the Quinceanera circulates among her guests, thanking them with regard to their presence and presenting these a the cápia memento removed from the doll. In another custom, ...

    Resettled and Content

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 20, 2014


    ... br>
    Our four mile hike left us a bit tired today. It was hilly country and just right for using the trekking poles, which we used. One does get a better workout using them, I'm told. It must be the upper extremity involvement that does the trick. As septuagenarians, we need it all...

    I've posted a few pictures on flickr and will edit today's this evening and post them there. Thanks for checking them out and for the comments. "It's all good."

    To Arizona and Back

    A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Jan 16, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    I feel like I should post.... since I haven't done so since the first day of my arrival in Phoenix. I was there from the 24th of December until the 13th of January. 3 weeks basically. I was worried when I first booked the trip that it would not be enough. It would end up being plenty of time.

    My flight in was like descending to the 9th ring of Hell, you can read about it on the previous entry. It was the worst experience of ...

    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 ...