Quiet Places To Relax In Phoenix

Quiet Places To Relax In Phoenix

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Looking to escape from the city buzz? Relax and chill for a while by heading to these quieter locales in Phoenix.

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    So now that you have burnt off all those calories from a the hike, come on down to Beckett's Table for some fantastic food & drink. "Come together" at BT with some friends. 602 954 1700 -- Justin Beckett via Foursquare
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    2012 Best of Phoenix Winner: Best Used Bookstore! This is our favorite place to browse, to buy and to sell back our own gently used goods! the magazine rack alone is reason to check it out! -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    Of course check out the great selection of used books! But don't forget to check out their amazing collection of vinyl, cd's, and dvd's! -- Sam Cohen via Foursquare
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    Pros: less crowded, fewer Scottsdale-ites wearing gallons of perfume, more climbing near the end. Cons: must park & walk, much more slippery/treacherous on the way down, no H2O at trailhead. -- Annie Cowan via Foursquare
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    Good fun! Afterward, checkout 32 SHEA on 32nd St + Shea. Serving coffee, food + liquor (if you're in the mood for bloody mary or mimosa) open for breakfast, lunch + dinner! -- rbka G via Foursquare
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    Numerous trail heads, lots of parking spots, and endless miles of trails. Bathrooms at most of the trailheads and the park is easily accessible from Phoenix, Tempe & Ahwatukee. -- Summer via Foursquare
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    If your in town for a few days, and love hiking, you must attempt Camelback. It is a great hike with an amazing view! Just be cautious with parking, it can fill up pretty quickly so get their early. -- Michelle O via Foursquare
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    2,704-foot peak,highest point in the Phoenix Mountains, is a two-summited mountain that looks like a kneeling camel to the imaginative eye.The 1.16-mile Summit Trail, one of most popular in the area. -- Trails.com via Foursquare
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    Keeps true to the original feel of a "used book store". Though the area around the business changes, the feel remains the same. I your are looking for a nostalgic bookstore, this is the place. -- David Hensley via Foursquare
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    An renovated restaurant turned bookstore, bar and event center. Tawwk about hip and interesting. Great vibe. -- 🌵Andrew Kolikoff🌵 via Foursquare
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    Even if you can't make it all the way to the top, this is a must try during your stay. If you're here on Sat. there is a guided hike. If not, stop by the front desk to grab a map and be on your way. -- Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia via Foursquare
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    Your music isn't as awesome of motivating to others around you. Please use headphones -- Shane Shannon via Foursquare
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