Posts Categorized: Arizona

Train Trips Worth the Ride

Smokey Mountain

Trains usually aren’t the first choice of transportation for many. But there is something magical when it comes to hitching a ride on a train. These old-fashioned train trips offer a one of a kind experience for all. The Grand Canyon Railway The Grand Canyon Railway leaves Williams, Arizona every morning from the Sante Fe… Read more »

Festival Will Rock Tempe in September

Jimmy Eat World

The Summer Ends Music Festival in Tempe, Arizona is going to be one of the best festivals of the year. The 4-day festival takes place in September and in one of the coolest college towns in the country. The festival will take place at Tempe Beach Park, which is just a couple miles away from… Read more »

Havasu Falls Offers Perfect Escape from Heat

Havasu Falls

Arizona is full of many beautiful spots to visit. One of the most famous and breathtaking is the Grand Canyon. Inside the Grand Canyon, sits the most photographed waterfall in the world, Havasu Falls. Havasu Falls is one of four waterfalls that make of Havasu Creek. Havasu Creek is a stream that enters into the… Read more »

Got the Travel Bug? Put Your Property to (hashtag)WORK

While traveling around seeing the sites and generally enjoying life, I run into other kindred travelers who offer up their empty houses, condos, apartments, even offices that are totally dormant for months, sometimes years at a time. Its great to be offered a place to stay in Los Angeles, Salt Lake, Washington (state and DC!)… Read more »

Phoenix Lights Takes Over Downtown Phoenix on March 22

It’s finally upon on! Hardwell, Zeds Dead, and a host of other top DJ’s from around the world descend on Downtown Phoenix to light up the night.  With its hard hitting and diverse lineup Phoenix Lights is a must attend event for every EDM fan in the valley. This coupled with the amazing location right… Read more »

What happens after the Super Bowl XLIX leaves town

Why does everyone make a big thing about the Super Bowl coming to town? Friends from long ago pop up like crocus through the snow looking for a place to stay, roadways and restaurants are obnoxiously full and your once-pleasant waiter is now a tired, annoyed automaton watching the clock or hiding in the cooler… Read more »