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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 […]

19 Things to do in Phoenix When It’s Too Hot!

While Phoenix is a wonderful winter oasis for many coming from cold dreary climates in the East, the summer weather is more often than not quite unattractive. So what do you do when the thermometer keeps crawling up past 100 on a regular basis for months on end? In order to stay entertained during the […]

27 Ways to Make it Feel More Like Fall in Hot, Humid Florida!

Sunny Florida…it’s a great place for a gorgeous beach vacation anytime of the year: a prime destination come winter for countless residents of the Midwest and Northeast who seek a sunny, warm escape from their cold and dreary climates. With Walt Disney World, white sand beaches, endless palm trees, and a relaxing laid-back vibe, it’s […]

10 Festive Halloween Attractions & Activities

It’s that time of the year again when we can finally pack away the shorts & flip flops, turn off the air conditioning and feel the cool breeze coming in through the windows, and enjoy all types of pumpkin treats and festive fall attractions. With an abundance of seasonal fun including pumpkin spice lattes, fall color […]

The Arizona Bitmore: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece

The Arizona Bitmore, referred to as the “Jewel of the Desert,” is part of Hilton’s line of luxurious Waldorf Astoria resorts. It’s one of Phoenix’s largest resorts and is also quite popular, especially during the prime winter season when the temps have finally cooled down & thousands of tourists from cold climates plan their escapes […]

51 Fun & Free (or Cheap) Things to do in Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona is many things including gateway to the Grand Canyon, Arizona’s premier 4 season destination, as well as a popular starting point for exploring natural attractions throughout the northern portion of the state. Located 7000 feet above sea level, the city is the 2nd highest in the US (counting only cities with a population […]

Attraction of the Week: Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Petroglyph National Monument is quite an interesting addition to any Albuquerque vacation. While most tourists will be busy trying out authentic New Mexican cuisine in historic Old Town, taking a scenic ride on the Sandia Peak tramway, and/or enjoying a narrated Breaking Bad tour, planning for a short stop at Petroglyph National Monument is definitely worthy […]

20 Reasons New England is Still Awesome in Winter

While many see the snow and cold as a complete hassle, others see it as a beautiful time of the year to cozy up to a fireplace, relax, watch the gorgeous falling snow, and take advantage of fewer crowds and plentiful winter recreation. New England is one of the most gorgeous places in the country-year […]

Montezuma Castle: A 900+ Year Old Ancient Apartment Building

Montezuma Castle, a 5 story, 20 room living space built by the Sinagua people between 1100-1300, is one of the best preserved cliff dwellings in the country. In 1906, President Roosevelt declared Montezuma a place “of the greatest ethnological value and scientific interest,” making it one of the first four national monuments. The dwellings are […]

3 Days in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Hilton Head is world famous for being home to some of the best golf courses and tennis clubs in the world, in addition to miles and miles of wide, spotless sandy beaches. This coastal resort town is a popular vacation destination due to the the island’s 12 miles of pristine beaches, mild year round weather […]



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