Pack & Go!
These are last minute deals for people who are able to travel with little notice. Weekly rates are between $400.00 and $600.00 a week including all tax and fees.
Payment in full is required at time of booking. The reservations are
Space is limited and condos are on a first call, first book basis.
non-cancellable and non-refundable
Blue Tree Resort
Kissimmee, FL,2 bdrm,
May 20,27 June 3,10
Wyndham Ocean Walk
Daytona Beach, FL
2 bdr, May 1,8...699.00
1 bdrm, May 1,8,15...500.00
Stdo/loft, May 15,29...500.00
2 bdrm, May 7,21,28...650.00
Palm Springs Tennis Club
Palm Springs, CA
Studio, May 29 June 5,12
Indian Shores, FL
2 bdrm, May 15,28...625.00
Monte Vista Resort
Mesa, AZ,2 bdrm, May 6,13
Costa Linda Beach Resort
Aruba,2 bdrm, May 13
Casa del Mar Beach Resort
2 bdrm, May 14///600.00
Cypress Pointe Resort
2 bdrm, May 7,14...600.00
Club de Soleil
Las Vegas, NV
1 bdrm, May 7...399.00
2 bbdrm, May 14,21...475.00
Gardens at West Maui
1 bdrm, May 14...450.00
Paradise Beach Villas
2 bdrm, May 28...650.00
Gatlinburg Town Square Resort
2 bdrm, May 6...750.00
Kings Creek Plantation
1 bdrm, May 19...650.00
Studio, May 21...550.00
Florida Vacation Villas
Kissimmee, FL,1 bdrm, May 14, 21, 28...500.00
Ed and Freyda
cell: 888 303-1934
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Roam the Desert, Hike the Mountains, Visit Scottsdale and Do it AllIn the heart of the Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale welcomes you with the energy of a city on the move, the charm and hospitality of days gone by, and a breathtaking landscape that will inspire you to vacation-induced bliss.
By day the sunny skies and lush desert setting create an ideal backdrop for outdoor adventures, championship golf, relaxing spa treatments and upscale shopping. By night, acclaimed chefs, Art Walks and dozens of wine bars, lounges and performing arts venues await. And, throughout your stay, your upscale accomodations will pamper you with plush surroundings and the exceptional customer service for which Scottsdale is so well known.
The City of Scottsdale is celebrating 60 years of incorporation in 2011 by promoting 60 days of events beginning April 25 and culminating with a 60th birthday party on June 25.
May 5 Cinco de Mayo at Los Olivos
May 7 Leslie's Lucky Ducky Derby
May 8 Spring in the Southwest May 9-June 10 Scottsdale Artists League
May 10 Old Town Walking tour
May 14 Local Motion Trolley Tour
May 14 Starlight Concert with The Swingtips
May 21 Frontier Town Days
May 21 Mid-Century Modern Architectural Tour
May 24 Old Town Guided Walking Tour
May 25 Scottsdale Then and Now
June 4 National Trails day hike the Preserve
June 11 Mighty Mud Mania www.scottsdaleaz.gov/mightymudmania
June 18 Amazing Race Family Scavenger Hunt
June 18 Scottsdale History Tour
June 24 Old fashioned Cowboy Campfire
June 25 W Scottsdale to host The Grand Sioree for Scottsdale's 60th Birthday
June 25 Mayor's Breakfast and Scottsdale Birthday Party
Hiking - Scottsdale offers nearly 100 miles of hiking, biking and horseback-riding trails. Some of the most popular spots include Camelback Mountain and Pinnacle Peak Park, but nothing beats the picturesque expanses of Scottsdale's McDowell Sonoran Preserve, which offers nearly 20,000 acres to enjoy do-it-yourself or guided outdoor adventures.
Off-Road Desert Tours - If you prefer to take in your outdoor action from the comfort of a motorized vehicle, there are myriad options available in Scottsdale. Plus, you can watch the desert come alive after dark with Desert Storm Hummer Tours' night-vision goggle and stargazing tour that illuminates wildlife up to 500 yards away.
Horseback Riding - For those who want to get in touch with their inner cowboy (or cowgirl), Scottsdale offers horseback riding across the same terrain that hosted such legendary figures as Wyatt Earp, Billy the Kid and renowned Apache warrior, Geronimo. These guided adventures can even take you through the cool waters of the Verde River.
Hot Air Balloon Adventures - In a landscape as panoramic as the Sonoran Desert, there's no more leisurely way to soak it all in than aboard a hot air balloon. Riders gently drift with the breeze as the pilot floats the balloon several hundred feet into the air or swoops in low to point out wildlife and native vegetation. Plus, every ride ends with a gourmet breakfast in the desert.
Water Sports - First-time visitors might be surprised by the number of wet 'n' wild adventures available in and around Scottsdale. The city's outskirts are chock-full with lakes, watering holes and rivers. Rafting, tubing and fishing are all available to visitors who want to explore Scottsdale's Sonoran Desert.
Scottsdale welcomes families with a host of activities that will keep pint-size travelers entertained morning, noon and night. Here re some friendly hotspots to get you started:
Makin' Music - At the Musical Instrument Museum, discover unique instruments and music from every country around the world. Plus, kids of all ages will enjoy making music in the hands-on Experience Gallery.
Garden Trails - Explore the unusual cacti and plants of the Sonoran Desert up-close at the Desert Botanical Garden. Seasonal events include the Butterfly Pavilion (fall and spring) and evening flashlight tours (summer).
Wild Ones - The Phoenix Zoo is home to more than 1,300 animals, including 200 endangered species. Daily activities include the Safari Train, Monkey Village, Giraffe Encounters, Wild About Animals Show and a petting zoo.
Native Culture - Hands-on exhibits at the Heard Museum help kids explore the Native American cultures of North America. You'll see colorful Hopi katsina dolls, learn about desert critters at the Southwest Puzzle Pole, and explore a Navajo hogan.
Cowboy Style - Saddle-up, pardner! MacDonald's Ranch offers a petting zoo, horseback and stagecoach rides in the Sonoran Desert, and free pony rides for cowpokes under 5 years old.
Sweet Treats - For more than 50 years, the Sugar Bowl - a 1950s-style soda fountain - has been serving frosty ice cream treats, such as Dusty Road Sundaes and Gosh-Awful-Gooey Banana Splits.
All Aboard! - Ride the Paradise and Pacific Railroad along a one-mile track at the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, which also offers carousel rides, train exhibits, playgrounds and the Snackstop Caboose.
Headin' West - Rawhide 1880s Western Town boasts cowboy stuntmen at the Six Gun Theater, burro and stagecoach rides, the "Deadman's Drop" rock climbing wall, a desert train ride and the Rawhide Steakhouse.
Here are some great places to stay while enjoying Scottsdale:
Club at Fountains Hill
Lakeside Villa Condos
Legacy Golf Resort
Pillar at Scottsdale
Sheraton Desert Oasis
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