Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale North

17010 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85255, United States
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Spring Training - Should we buy baseball tickets in advance?

by sgoet

Also let me know if there are any events in the phoenix area from Feb 27 to March 6 that would be a good diversion.

Re: Spring Training - Should we buy baseball tickets in advance?

by bocmaxima

Are you going to see the Giants?
It depends on the specific game and the seats you want but, generally, no.

Are you going to be staying in Scottsdale?
Check out the following calendars:
http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/
http://www.azcentral.com/ent/calendar/

The Sedona Film Festival (Sedona is about 1.5 hours north), the Renaissance Festival (about 30 miles east) and there's a beer festival in Mesa, all going on next weekend.

Re: Spring Training - Should we buy baseball tickets in advance?

by jmac75

So I just bought Giants v. Dodgers tix for 3/12 and they are already sold out for that weekend now. The last weekend in Feb was still open but that was 3 days ago. My guess is that if you wanted to see the Giants, they will sell out seeing as how they are the world champs. I'm not sure on the other teams.

Travel Tips for Scottsdale

Budweiser - King of all Beers?

by Jerelis

Let’s make no secret of it. We both like a nice cold glass of beer. Being abroad is always a challenge to find a beer we like, which reflects our taste of having a beer. In America it wasn’t really that hard to find the brand we liked, it was clearly Budweiser, popularly referred to as Bud.

Budweiser is a lager made with a proportion of rice as a substitute adjunct for barley malt. This immedaitely shows the problem for selling it in Europe as traditional brewers serve beer with only the four main ingredients (water, hops, wheat and barley). So Budweiser is not produced accoring to the German "Reinheitsgebot". But we found out that it didn’t taste distinctively different.

The Budweiser bottle is a rather familiar icon to most Americans. The bottle has remained relatively unchanged since its introduction in 1876. We liked it, but the fraze “King of all Beers” is a bid of an overstatement!

The Apache Trail ~ A Rugged Experience

by starship

During our first visit to Scottsdale quite a few years ago, we learned about the Apache Trail. Beginning just on the edge of Scottsdale at Apache Junction, the famed Apache Trail ( US Rt. 88) takes you on a 41 + mile loop deep into the" Superstition Mountains" and around the "Tonto National Forest".

This road once served as an old stage coach route, and remains a combination of partially paved road and dirt & rock road. The steep & winding rocky portions are sometimes scary and sometimes thrilling. The paved portions built in the 1930's were for the benefit of reaching the building sites of the Roosevelt Dam and other features along the Salt River.

We found the Apache Trail had amazing treasures hidden away in its loops and curves, as the road ascended and descended along its entire length. Lost Dutchman State Park and Mine may be your first stop, but further on you'll be surprised to find a series of large, brilliant blue lakes: Canyon Lake, Apache Lake, and Roosevelt Lake. Surrounded as they are by the dry and rocky Superstition Mountains and amid the intense heat, this contrasting scene might seem like an apparition. In actuality, they are places of beauty and a great recreational source for the people who use them for swimming, boating, cruising or fishing.

One of the unexpected sights we came across was a tiny place called "Tortilla Flat" which is actually a tiny settlement with an even tinier population---6! (or so the latest data shows). Tortilla Flat is considered a town & was a Western-style settlement which is basically a stop on the road. There is a very interesting store, Tortilla Flat General Store, where I had my first "prickly pear" cactus ice cream!!

constructing January, 2011

Another Downtown Treasure

by ArizonaExpert about Furio

Another lesser-known place to eat is Furio. Hidden by many large chain places in the area, Furio creates some excellent dishes in a quaint, but contemporary environment. I have had 4 different dishes there, and send many parties, all of whom were more than satisfied. There are several large booths, and a small outdoor area when the weather is just right...which is most of the time. They change the menu regularly, and will cook to order, with substitutions and special requests (at least they try to accomodate).

Food out of this world

by spartan about Bandera

Open only at night, this is one of Old Town Scottsdale's most popular spots (so be prepared to wait)...the food is worth the wait (especially with the garlic mashed potatoes on the side). Everybody raves about the rotisserie chicken as well as the huge mounds of garlicky, herb-seasoned mashed potatoes that come with it. But everything is quite good!!! There were a couple of recommendations provided to me by friends who live in the Phoenix area. One being the Prime Rib Sandwich Platter which comes with your choice of cole slaw, baked potato or fries. The other being the 1/2 Chicken Plate with mashed potatoes. Huge portions I must say, so bring the loose fitting pants...lol

Cracker Jax Family Fun Park

by AVG2319

An Amusement park fun for the kids and adults alike. Cracker jax has three 18-hole miniature golf courses with varying degree of difficulty. It also has go-karts, mini go-karts (for those under 56") bumper boats, putting course, batting cages, and a large indoor (nice and cool) arcade area. The park is opened late, and is well lit, so it is still enjoyable to go in the evening during summer months. One of the best spots for kids in the Phoenix area-they will have a blast!
Well lit, fun for various ages, and clean facility.
You can usually find 2 for 1 coupons on their website or in the Entertainment book.

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Address: 17010 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85255, United States