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Tag: Arizona

Phoenix in April

Phoenix in April is a mixed bag of pollen, perfect temperatures, cacti in bloom, and the start of baseball season.  I love baseball and going to baseball games. The Arizona ballpark is indoor which is fantastic on a hot Sunday afternoon. My nieces, nephew, sister, and I shared a Paradise Valley Burger, fries, and a lot of blue cotton candy. Some would say cotton candy that was too blue! It looks like she ate a smurf! My favorite part of the game (which was exciting) was the Simba cam. While hoisting your child into the air like Simba in the Read More

A Taliesin West Tour

A Taliesin West tour is the only way to see the Taliesin West grounds in Scottsdale, Arizona. Taliesin West is a current architecture school founded by Frank Lloyd Wright in the Arizona desert in 1933. The school moved back and forth between Arizona and Wisconsin with the seasons and semi permanent structures are still used for student housing, dotting the Taliesin West grounds in Scottsdale today. Any tourist wishing to visit, must be on a Taliesin West tour.  Once when tickets were sold out I tried to sneak in for a few peeks but it was a no-go. No freebies Read More