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This Thursday I'm flying out to Phoenix to check out some housing options. Cathy is coming with me to help keep my head from exploding during all of the decision making that I am going to have to do. My goal is to leave Phoenix on Monday with my new West Coast address. I've narrowed my housing choices down to 12 Must-See places and I'm pretty confident I can fly home dreaming of how to arrange my furniture in my new place.

We'll be there for 5 days and will have some time to explore. We're definitely looking forward to Jamba Juice and In & Out Burger and I'm totally taking her to Mimi's Cafe for breakfast! But aside from that, we have no real set plans.

 Are you from Phoenix? Vacation there a lot? Have family there? Read a Phoenix based blog? What are your favorite things to do and see in Phoenix?

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2 Comments on finding PHX

  1. jenny
    September 16, 2008 at 11:31 am (9 years ago)

    I’ve spent a lot of time in Phoenix- great town to visit. There’s a Nordstrom outlet- Last Chance, that is major if you like that kind of thing. Not like the normal outlets- this is literally last chance.
    Also, if you have time, eat at La Grande Orange- fabulous sandwiches, pizzas, etc. http://www.lagrandeorangegrocery.com/index.html. I’m still fantasizing about their tuna sandwich from my last visit….

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  2. kristina
    September 18, 2008 at 3:49 pm (9 years ago)

    Hey, there’s a new website about to launch called Behind the Burner: it features exclusive tips on products and cooking techniques, as well as video demonstrations with New York City’s best chefs! Be sure to check out the website, http://www.behindtheburner.com, where you can sign up for email updates and more info.

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