- 1Arizona, USA60 reviews
Beautiful! The whole time I lived in Phoenix, I wanted to live in Scottsdale. Now, this is not to diss Phx, which is great beyond imagination!! But I'm frankly a bit of a shopper and a wanabe hipster (whatever. like it's not secretly something we wanabe -- and i'm probably flattering myself to say it!), and Scottsdale has a cool ...
- 2Arizona, USA86 reviews
I have lived here all my life and think that there are better, and more beautiful places to visit then here.
- 3Arizona, USA55 reviews
I heard the polar express in the winter is something great to do with the kids. Lowell observatory is a nice place to visit. The star gazing is amazing there!
- 4Arizona, USA132 reviews
Breath taking, spectacular, unlike anything you have ever seen. Spend a day hiking, biking, shopping and playing.
- 5Arizona, USA293 reviews
Cue Mussorgky - Pictures at an Exhibition http://youtu.be/9cZ4D5dWkyE The Grand Canyon, one of Nature's greatest wonders of the world. The South Rim is the national park, open year round. Many a family trip & eco tour has made it's way to this majestic beauty Around a 5 hour drive from Vegas, The Grand Canyon encapsulates the senses with how massive ...
- 6Arizona, USA27 reviews
Office parks and freeways dotted with the occasional strip mall, chain restaurant or hotel. Very little of interest here though the desert and rock formations still manage to retain their beauty despite the suburban blight.
- 7Arizona, USA11 reviews
been there couple times, nice aging place to go.
- 8Arizona, USA11 reviews
When Southern Californians talk about going to the River, we generally mean going to Lake Havasu. It's weird, but true. I've been to spring break in Havasu twice in one week. That's how fun it was. It was crazy but fun. Definitely go but be safe. Have a good time. Enjoy.
- 9Arizona, USA193 reviews
Not the most interesting or sophisticated city but the weather is nice and it's an easy spot to enjoy a little time poolside. A good entry point for exploring Sedona or the Grand Canyon. Scottsdale is better if you want somewhere a little more upmarket.
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- 11Arizona, USA9 reviews
Chandler Art Walk every third Friday from 6 - 10 pm
- 12Arizona, USA9 reviews
Loving it here!
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- 14Arizona, USA1 review
Visit Fountain Hills and take in the World Famous Fountain that goes off on the hour every hour!
- 15Arizona, USA7 reviews
Has everything, but much of it is run down. Close to Phoenix and San Diego. Meat historical sites. Beautiful Colorado River.
- 16Arizona, USA3 reviews
One of the best things about living in Phoenix are all the Spring Training games...GO PADRES!!!
- 17Arizona, USA11 reviews
This tiny little Navajo town has so much to offer. Lake Powell is beautiful. Glen Canyon Dam is impressive. It's close to the north rim. It's beautiful. There's everything you need there, and you can get a tour of the slot canyons from the locals. It's one of my favorite spots around the Grand Canyon.
- 18Arizona, USA16 reviews
Spectacular country. Fun hotels with local Indian shows and craft. Hiking, sunsets, Hopi Indian culture.
- 19Arizona, USA6 reviews
This unique community is filled with artists and artisans, Arizona folk art and a wonderful creative ambiance. It is definitely worth the drive and make sure you make a stop at the Arizona Microgreens for the healthiest produce around! Check out: http://www.cavecreek.org/ for more details
- 20Arizona, USA3 reviews
A beautiful place about 35 minutes from Phoenix. It's a small community where everyone knows everyone. Perfect little town.