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Best Places To Eat in Scottsdalelauren (Lauren P. Reyes) My growing list of favorites since moving to the desert!
Best Places To Eat in Phoenixlauren (Lauren P. Reyes) Another foodie list
Best Day Hikes in Sedona Arizonalauren (Lauren P. Reyes) Planning to check out these trails in 2023
Best Things to Do in Saguaro National Parklaurenallain (Lauren Allain)
Food Tour In Scottsdale, Arizonatravelwelldunn (Bryana Dunn) Scottsdale is named the “Most Livable City” it’s also a place where happy hour is everyday from 3pm-7pm, the nightlife is one to boast about and so is the food! Let’s take a culinary tour through this Arizona City.
Best camping and campgrounds near Petrified Forest National Parkseeker (Seeker Editors) Camping is one of the best ways to explore Petrified Forest National Park. From remote sites with no service to glamping tents and full-amenity RV parks, there are options for every type of camper. These are the most-visited:
Phoenix (East Valley) Small Business Love 💕msnikki (Nikki Davis) Some of my favorite small businesses to shop all year round (and of course, especially the holiday season)
Date Ideas for Design Lovers Near Phoenix, Arizonalauren (Lauren P. Reyes) All the best places to bring someone special
Best hotels near Petrified Forest National Parkseeker (Seeker Editors) Petrified Forest National Park is, well, in the middle of nowhere. If you're planning a trip, don't expect to find a luxury five-five star hotel waiting for you. What you will find is a handful of budget-friendly hotels and motels that are full of charm — and just 10-30 minutes outside the park. Here are some of our favorites!
Holiday Guide For Phoenix East Valleymsnikki (Nikki Davis) An ever-expanding compilation of the things to do during holiday season in the East Valley + Queen Creek
L💗VE PHX Style (East Valley)msnikki (Nikki Davis) Unofficial but kinda official #date night, #galentines, #valentine’s day, or #romantic
Lucky 7 Places for St. Patty's in Phoenix (East Valley)msnikki (Nikki Davis) #craftcocktails
Arizona Baby !madamedillon (Candy Dillon) Our beautiful stay at the Waldorf Astoria Resort & Spa
US Places To Gorambofam1 (Diane Bowers Rambo)
The Best Vineyards of Ontarioseeker (Seeker Editors) Tucked away along Lake Ontario, the Ontario wine region is buzzing- from no-nonsense wineries to luxury getaways, there is something for everyone. Enjoy premium grapes, unique tasting menus, Canadian comfort food, and the pristine natural landscape of Ontario. Whether it's a girl's weekend or a romantic getaway, consider heading north for a dreamy summer evening tasting menu at one of these critically acclaimed vineyards of the lush Ontario wine region.
national parksmarymccool (Mary McCool) 2023 vacation
USA Bucket Listtheglobetrottingfamily (Christine Kim)
National Parks I’ve already visitedtrippingout63 (Kelly Duffy) Hawaii’ Volcanoes National Park
Ghost Towns in the USstillontheroad (Giada Matera) As spooky season is approaching, here is a list of ghost towns in America I visited or plan to visit. Boo!
Sunsetsshalawnjames (Shalawn James) Sunsets around the world
18 of the Craziest New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Events in the USRead more...
Three, two, one…happy new year! Cities around the globe are ushering in the new year with coordinated countdowns and wacky, wild ball drops. Arguably, the most epic New Year’s Eve event is the ball drop in Times Square in New York, but smaller spots host equally exciting countdowns that include dropping quirky objects, like a […]
The Most Unique Travel Destinations Around the WorldRead more...
From rainbow lakes and trees to glowing waters around the world, our planet is filled with so many unique and wacky wonders. When an overcrowded museum or park simply won’t do, add a unique travel destination to your itinerary. Here are a few of our favorite weird, wacky, and wonderfully unique travel destinations around the […]
Petrified Forest National Park: The Complete Guide for 2022Read more...
If you’ve ever wanted to travel to the moon but don’t have the time, head to Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Park: well-known for its cratered landscapes, colorful eroding badlands, and vibrant petrified logs. With access to the scenic Petrified Forest Road, visitors can easily hop out to enjoy stunning overlooks, family-friendly trails, visitor centers, and […]
15 Best Places to Celebrate Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos)Read more...
One of the most magical fall festivals in the world is Día de los Muertos: a traditional Mexican holiday where families honor death and celebrate life. Held on November 2, it’s believed that deceased relatives reunite with their families on Day of the Dead. The night is filled with music, processions, and candlelit ofrendas (altars) […]
The 18 Best Oktoberfest Events in the US for 2023Read more...
As autumn approaches, it’s time to don lederhosen and dirndls and raise a beer stein in honor of Oktoberfest. While the Bavarian festival is rooted in 19th-century Germany, the popularity of the fall festival is prevalent throughout the US. The original Oktoberfest event was celebrated in 1810 on the wedding day of Crown Prince Ludwig […]
List of All National Parks in the US By State | 2022Read more...
From swivel chairs to space rockets, the US has had some darn bright ideas over its short history. But of all the ideas that have changed the world, the national parks system is surely close to the top. It was way back in 1872 that the sulfur-belching lands of Yellowstone were designated as protected lands […]
50 of the Most Romantic Places in the US by StateRead more...
Love is in the air, around the corner, and all over the map. Whether you prefer long walks on the beach at sunset, wining and dining until the wee hours of the morning, or soaring to new heights – literally, we have 50 shades of ways to spark love, rekindle romance, and induce wanderlust. Let’s […]
13 Epic National Parks to Visit in WinterRead more...
From tropical islands to winter wonderlands, these sprawling US national parks are brimming with a sense of exploration and wonder. Visit frozen waterfalls and ski down snowy slopes in Montana at Glacier National Park, go snorkeling alongside sandy shorelines at Florida’s Dry Tortugas National Park, or hike volcanic landscapes and lava fields at Hawai’i Volcanoes […]
27 of the Most Remote Restaurants in the WorldRead more...
How far would you travel for the perfect pint, celebrity chef meal, or creatively-crafted cocktail? Some of the most exemplary epicurean endeavors are a long plane, train, or car ride from civilization. Or, in some cases…. multiple modes of transport until you’re literally in the middle of nowhere. From the middle of the ocean to […]
17 of the Most Haunted Places in AmericaRead more...
Mysterious and spooky, ghosts have captivated the world for centuries. From ghost stories and seances to haunted tours of the most mysterious places on earth, the fascination with spirits and connecting with the departed skyrockets during autumn with cooler weather, long nights, and, of course, Halloween. The most haunted places in the U.S. are not […]
8 Amazing Glass Bridges for Thrill SeekersRead more...
Glass bridges— elevated paths perched hundreds of feet above rushing waters and deep canyons—have grown in popularity in the last two decades. These glass-bottom marvels offer crystal-clear vantage points to admire amazing landscapes, take picture-perfect panoramas, and capture enviable selfies while amping up the fear factor. Acrophobics, beware. From the Grand Canyon to the Canadian […]
The Best Things to Do in New Mexico (from A to Z)Read more...
Tucked in the heart of America’s southwest lies the Land of Enchantment: miles upon miles of vast desert, caves, museums, wacky installations and…aliens? This patch of the U.S is where artists retreat, where adobes outnumber hotels, and where your imagination can run absolutely wild. From strange rock formations and plunging caverns to Earthships and UFO […]
Arizona’s National Parks: RankedRead more...
Whether you’re on a US national park road trip or looking to spend some time diving-deep into the wonders of the Southwest, Arizona’s National Parks will give you a taste of the desert (with a twist). Grand Canyon National Park lies about an hour and a half outside of Flagstaff, and is, of course, worth […]
List of Recreational Dispensaries in the US By StateRead more...
Recreational marijuana has seen exponential growth and acceptance since Colorado first passed Colorado Amendment 64 nearly a decade ago, legalizing recreational use for adults 21 and over. Since that big day, other states have followed suit, falling like dominos in their efforts to legalize and commercialize recreational marijuana use. Today, over 36 states have legalized […]
8 Purple Places You Need to Add to Your Bucket ListRead more...
Can’t talk right now — we’re doing cartwheels in France’s fragrant lavender fields and running around futuristic, purple-hued parks in Singapore. It’s a lifestyle, ya know? But for real, once you see some of the world’s best purple places, you’ll want to switch that vacation responder on and bask in the magic of magenta. These […]
36 of the Most Colorful Places in the WorldRead more...
Curiously crimson landscapes that are (somehow) natural and Gatorade-level hues of blue are found in droves across our travel rainbow—along with every other eclectic shade in between. Mother Nature formed and human-made alike, these destinations provide a hearty dose of monochromatic magnificence that’ll have you reconsidering your favorite color left and right. Toss out everything you […]
Grand Canyon National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023Read more...
You’ve read about it in books. You’ve seen it in the movies. You spotted it at #10 on our national parks list. Offering unique adventures and otherworldly views, Grand Canyon National Park lives up to the hype — plus some. This “great wonder of nature” (President Theodore Roosevelt’s words, not mine) is the largest of […]
Saguaro National Park: The Complete Guide for 2023Read more...
“Do whatever you want” – the Saguaro cactus. Pronounced “suh·waa·row,” these tree-like blossoming desert cacti are kind of hard to define. They can live 200 years. They can grow up to 49 arms. But there’s no pressure, so some of them don’t grow any arms at all. Some Saguaros spend 10 years growing only two […]