Springhill Suites Phoenix Downtown

802 East Van Buren Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85006, United States
SpringHill Suites Phoenix Downtown
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How to get from Phoenix to Scottsdale by Bus

by cdlune

Which would be the best routes ( bus numbers etc?)

Re: How to get from Phoenix to Scottsdale by Bus

by bocmaxima

Phoenix and Scottsdale are both pretty big cities. From Sky Airport to Old Town Scottsdale (Scottsdale Road at Indian School Road), the best would probably be the Red Line and transfer to the 72 north in Tempe. Lots of options, none that great as they all involve transfers, unless you're coming in at a time when you can catch an express bus (evening rush hour).
Take a look at Valley Metro's site for route maps, schedules and more info on the local versus express routes: http://valleymetro.org/bus/Bus_Routes/

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View from Squaw Peak summit

by goingsolo

The view from Squaw (now Piestewa) Peak summit is breathtaking. You can see virtually all of Phoenix while lounging on the rocks and enjoying a cool breeze. Not a bad way to spend a sunny afternoon, especially in the fall or spring when temperatures are hiking-perfect.


by Rich62

If you like to visit colleges and universities, as we do, you might check out GCU. It is one of only two colleges in the U.S. with the "Antelope" as its mascot. (The other one is the University of Nebraska at Kearney.)

From Interstate 17, take exit # 203, the "Camelback Road" exit, and go west about 3/4 of a mile. The school will be on the north side of Camelback Road.

The best way to get to Phoenix...

by thechels

The best way to get to Phoenix is to fly into Phx, SkyHarbor International Airport.
Once you get here, Do Not rely on 'city busses' to get you around. They are not very reliable. The best thing to do is to rent a car from the airport when you fly in. Or take a shuttle bus from the airport to your hotel/motel then use cabs or rental cars. Phoenix is not the safest place for bicyclers although you do see a few of them.

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Awesome Steakhouse in a great setting

by mrg8080 about Steakhouses

Go to the Flemings in DC Ranch...the entire atmosphere of that area is great. Flemings has a nice patio area where you can watch the sunset with drinks and/or dinner. Everything is a-la-carte so you can order several side dishes and share. Servers are friendly, prompt and unobtrusive (great when meeting on business). Any of the steaks are amazing. If you like bleu cheese, order the Wedge salad. You'll want to go back.

Desert Botanical Garden

by gypsysoul73

This garden serves as a comprehensive introduction to the desert landscape and all its glory. This 50 acre garden which is located near Papago Park, is home to thousands of species of desert plants and succulents. With map in hand, we explored the trails and learned not only about desert plants but also about the desert dwellers, specifically the native people of the Sonoran Desert and how they lived.

The Garden was teaming with school kids on an educational field trip. We went into the butterfly pavillion with one of the groups. I had fun watching them go gaga over the butterflies. In this age of video games and chat rooms, however, this kind of interaction between youngin and Mother Nature is a rare sight.


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 Springhill Suites Phoenix Downtown

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Address: 802 East Van Buren Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85006, United States