Super 8 Phoenix North

8130 North Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, Arizona, 85051, United States
Phoenix Metro North Super 8 Motel
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Sights for a walker

by TravillionRex

Any sights in Phoenix that a walker without a car can see? Other than museums & such, of course. How reliable is the public transport?

Re: Sights for a walker

by bocmaxima

Where are you staying?
Staying in Downtown Scottsdale or Downtown Tempe puts you at the best position to walk to things, but Phoenix is pretty spread out. The Red Line is one of the more useful buses as it hits Downtown Phoenix, Sky Harbor Airport, Downtown Tempe and Downtown Mesa. But Valley Metro is not overly punctual and doesn't have the most logical routes.
Some non-museum sites that can be accessed by bus: Botanical Gardens, Zoo, Saguaro Ranch (in Glendale, somewhat hard to reach) and shopping in the Biltmore area and Downtown Scottsdale. There's also the state capitol and the art strip along Roosevelt near Downtown.
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Re: Sights for a walker

by TravillionRex

Still trying to figure out where to sleep. Is it really better to stay in Scottsdale & Tempe? And, yes, I am a serious walker. In newport, oregon, I had to walk along the 101 for 5 miles to see a lighthouse (amazing, by the way) and then walk 5 miles back. But if it makes more sense to stay elsewhere, I'm game.

Re: Sights for a walker

by bocmaxima

It is better to stay in either. It depends on your budget, but Downtown Tempe is usually considerably cheaper. There are a string of lower-end motels along Apache Blvd east of Mill that are walking distance to the ASU campus and Downtown Tempe. Conversely, there's a Marriott Courtyard a block off of Mill, although it runs $150 - 200 and a Spring Hill and Amerisuites on Rio Salado which are both walking distance. I stayed in the Courtyard on someone else's dime and it was really nice being able to step out onto Mill but also be away from its noise.
A lot of the Downtown Scottsdale hotels are $200+, but there are exceptions.

Travel Tips for Phoenix

Phoenix Weather

by HeidiR

Although summer in the desert is extremely hot, winter is just perfect. Its now September I have been living in Phoenix since January. This year 2003 has been an unusual yearfor weather, january saw the hottest one on record, Feb was the wettest on record, March and April were nice and warm, then May it started hotting up. June and July saw average temps of above 100 F. The hottest day this year was 116 F. August is hot but then there was some monsoons but nowhere near as many as people said there would be. Now its september its definitely cooling down, instead of it already being a 100 F when leaving for work its only about 80 F. The last couple of days have been well above average 107 F instead of the usuallyaverage high of 96 F. My fondest summer memory is going for swims late at night. Because the temperature never dropped below 100 F at night the water temperature was lovely. It was like getting into a nice warm bath.

Winter on the other hand we went for hot jacquzzis every night. Our visitors thought it would be too cold to get out but the weather was perfect.

Head North to Prescott!

by bilgeez

There is this really huge cactus on the east side of I-17 north of Pioneer Village. It was in a rest area that was closed several years ago, but I believe the cactus is still there.
I took this picture in 1984, with my ex-wife holding our son next to the cactus, to give an idea how tall it is! It's got to be thirty feet (10m) tall!

American Airlines or TWA...

by silvia-m.b

American Airlines or TWA offers daily flights to Phoenix stopping in New York.
The best way is rent a van or car. Companies offers good prices! Air-conditioning don't forget ! Remember, Phoenix looks like a microwave oven. Public transport is bad and is almost impossible find a taxi in the street.

A downtown Phoenix Institution

by HippieFur about Durants

(Durant's) Excellent... this place is a Phoenix Institution... Its been around for quite a while. You park behind the restaurant and walk in through the kitchen (which makes you feel like a big shot), where you can see the steaks a sizzlin... Inside its dimmly lit, with very classy n classic, predominantly deep red decor....

Grub is fantastic... No doubt, this restaurant is a high dollar, first class affair. Everything is fresh, and excellent...The start you with a plate of chilled fresh vegetables... then, you take it.... great appitizers and salads... the steaks are some of the best in town... This is generally where I go on my birthday, cause its not an everyday thing, unless youve got buku bucks...although they do have excellent gourmet burgers as a minor splurge for lunch... Yes, its pricey... but, premium steaks at a fine restaurant cost money. Sirloin, or the durants delmonico is always a good bet..... Great seafood.... pair up a lobster and a steak, if you just wanna blow the rest of your cash... although, phoenix has too many good restaurants to splurge at one... and please, skip the chain restaurants if your a visitor here.
Good wine list generally as well.....
The place is 5 star all the way....

Great info on Native American Indians

by cherylrf

The Heard Museum is a great place to start your Arizona adventure. You will see lots of art, sculpture, clothing and learn about Native Americans. The museum was a day well spent. It could easily take you all day to ramble through and see everything. Very worthwhile.

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Address: 8130 North Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, Arizona, 85051, United States