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10 Must-Do’s in L.A.

Home to world class beaches, top knotch museums, endless recreational opportunities, and of course, Hollywood, L.A. is a destination like no other in the country. Hence, it’s no surprise that such a diverse assortment of tourists from around the world flock to the area year after year. Whether you are a movie buff, a beach […]

Where Classic Vegas Signs Go to Die: The Neon Graveyard

Have you ever wondered where all those vintage Vegas casino signs actually end up? Just 6 miles off The Strip, a place known as the Neon Graveyard exists purposely for this exact reason.  The Boneyard as it is referred is the place where these flashy neon signs go to rest, basically a 2 acre junkyard for vintage […]

29 Must-Do’s in Beautiful Sedona, Arizona

Sedona aka “Red Rock Country,” is a gorgeous Southwestern vacation destination, particularly for nature lovers, fitness buffs, spiritual seekers, and photographers. For anyone who loves being outside, exploring gorgeous natural landscapes, and relaxing & rejuvenating in a beautiful natural setting, Sedona comes in as the perfect Southwestern vacation choice. Really, it does not get much […]

19 Must-Do’s in Prescott, Arizona

Prescott is a small community in North Central Arizona, often overlooked due to more popular regional destinations like Flagstaff, Williams, and Sedona. Although Prescott neither offers the spectacular red rock scenery of Sedona, nor Flagstaff’s close proximity to the Grand Canyon and other natural wonders, Prescott does offer a number of its’ own great amenities. […]

7 Charming Small Towns in Arizona

Sprawled out cacti & palm tree loaded metropolises like Phoenix and Tucson usually come to mind first when picturing Arizona. While these 2 massive metros area take up the majority of the Southern portion of the state, there is another side to Arizona that many non-locals are unaware of. A number of charming small cities […]

19 Fun Facts (you may not know) about Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay region is most well known for its’ beautiful Gulf Coast beaches, world class theme parks, 3 major pro sports teams, and hot, humid weather which includes plenty of intense thunderstorms (daily storms are common during the summer season!). Although Tampa often gets passed over in favor of theme park capital of the world Orlando, […]

Attraction of the Week: Wupatki National Monument

Navajo Nation, which comprises the Northeastern portion of Arizona, Southeastern Utah, and Northwestern New Mexico, is the largest Native American reservation in the country. As the area covers a massive 27,000 square mile land area within these states, it is not surprising that there are a number of interesting cultural attractions to explore. Popular attractions in […]

The Chapel of the Holy Cross: Vortex & Views in Sedona

The Chapel of the Holy Cross, a Roman Catholic church in Sedona, Arizona, is a truly unique sight to behold as it is built in between 2 towering red rock formations. The chapel rises 200 feet from the ground with a 90 foot cross as the centerpiece. This beautiful work of art was inspired by […]

15 Fun Facts About Northern Arizona You Probably Didn’t Know

Northern Arizona is a unique area of the country which offers a drastically different climate, geography, and culture than that found in the Southern portion of the state. Although the area is most widely recognized for being home to the Grand Canyon, there really is so much more to see and do. Northern Arizona is an […]

Attraction of the Week: Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, home to the world’s largest travertine bridge, is one of the most unusual and mesmerizing parks I’ve encountered out West. Located in between the tiny central Arizona towns of Pine and Payson, this breathtaking natural wonder is just an easy day trip from Phoenix, Tucson, and the Flagstaff/Sedona area. The […]



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