Knights Inn Fairground-Phoenix

Address: 1624 N. Black Canyon Freeway, Phoenix, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85009, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the Encanto area of Phoenix, is near Arizona Capitol Museum, Enchanted Island, Cave Creek Golf Course, and Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza.
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      Grey and Cloudy!!

      A travel blog entry by glowe on Sep 17, 2014

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      ... and a couple of pastry items which we could take away with us back to our room. They were large sized pastries and our second choice was a muffin so we saved our muffin for later!

      We decide to head to the pool again anyway as it was still warm to us and we had to make the most of it even if it was cloudy. We were there by mid morning to enjoy the lazy river etc. and actually it was really nice. It was very quiet but it meant we basically ...

      Needing Furnishings Read Through This First

      A travel blog entry by toe89blake on Jul 11, 2014

      ... could tear the pillows. When searching for furnishings, choose parts that are made from resilient fabric. You need anything you buy for use through your loved ones for a long period. Despite all the offers you find, there will probably be some furnishings parts which are rather expensive in your budget for that reason, you should make sure your options are resilient and longer lasting. Steel or hardwood will most likely last for a really while. Purchase ...

      Resettled and Content

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 20, 2014

      4 comments

      ... but rocky, so we had to be cautious. It was a good place for our hiking sticks which were resting in the car. Slow was the word.

      Lynn had made my Mom's Shrimp Pasta Salad, so that was our treat for the evening meal. I put together a green salad to round it all out. Nice food for the heat...

      We had another game of Scrabble in the early evening. Lynn started slowly and expressed some dissatisfaction with her play. That must have ...

      The Traveling Blues

      A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Dec 28, 2013

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      ... because everything else looked crappier. It was less then satisfying. The waiting area for my plane had another security screening for me to get in and that was weird.
      I boarded the plane and we waited past the departure time for the person who, of course, would sit next to me. There had been some kind of issue with paperwork and as a result we would all sit and wait. When the person boarded, she had a toddler and a baby with her. Of course they ...

      Phoenix - Gila River Indian Community - Scottsdale

      A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Aug 07, 2013

      ... a few days later, and it turned out the day I arrived was also the day that her friend's sister finished a week's worth of night shifts at Phoenix hospital. Generously agreeing to let me stay with her (although the signs seemed too strong to ignore) she picked me up at the airport and, after locating the airport exit, we jetted "home" to NW Phoenix in her red and white mustang convertible.

      Unlike New York and Chicago which are dense ...