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There will never be a photograph captured of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty. Its canyon walls have stories that we will never hear and beholds a history that our eyes will never see.
There is no symbol more emblematic of the American southwest than the saguaro tree -- standing tall with two arms reaching out from it toward the sky.
Whether your family is seeking outdoor adventures or quiet indoor activities, the Grand Canyon State fits the bill. Consider these five reasons why Arizona is a destination worth exploring with your kids.
Scottsdale is known far and wide for its world-class resorts and spas, but the Sonoran desert city is also not-so-secretly one of the West's most culture-crazed destinations. It's never a bad time of year to dip your toes into the local scene, so here's what you do when you hop off the plane.
We know that being active is not a hobby but a way of life, with your lakes and rivers and hikes as far as the eye can see. The most common type of rainbow in this town is the one on the side of hot air balloons; you might not have a lot of rain, but you still have a lot of color.
Hotels may have ghosts lurking their halls year-round, but those spirits seem to get awfully busy in October. Here are some hotels where you can try your hand at ghost-hunting.
Thanks to President Woodrow Wilson laying down his signature on an act of Congress, most of the Grand Canyon was set aside
Every city in the world fills occasionally with tears, but in Phoenix tears dry quickly.
Most of the people at the point were oblivious to the drama below. They were too busy taking selfies with their iPhones and pictures of each other in front of the maw of the canyon as the sun started to set.