Articles Tagged ‘arizona’

Hard Days and Soft Nights in Tucson

Hard Days and Soft Nights in Tucson May 23, 2012 | Featured | Read More
When it comes to destinations for long weekend getaways in the western U.S. with a healthy combination of active pursuits and a dose of luxury, there are lots of usual suspects. For west coasters, it’s Palm Springs, wine country, Tahoe, Santa Barbara, Bend, Hood River, and Whistler. For mountain-staters,...

Postcard Perfect: Monument Valley, Arizona

Postcard Perfect: Monument Valley, Arizona December 14, 2011 | Postcard Perfect | Read More
The colors of Monument Valley strike hard and fast, much like the rocks that seem to jut out directly from the middle of the Earth. These natural carvings, located on the southern tip of Utah and the northern edge of Arizona, make for some of the most beautiful views in the western states. The red color...

9 WTF Naturally Occurring Phenomena

9 WTF Naturally Occurring Phenomena March 18, 2011 | Featured | Read More
People have made some ridiculous things. From fiery sink holes in Turkmenistan to the World’s Largest Basket in Ohio, we might feel like masters of the universe. But it just takes one look at the incredible phenomena naturally occurring all over the planet to remember that Mother Nature always...

Urban Exploration: 10 Must-See Underground Sites

Urban Exploration: 10 Must-See Underground Sites June 24, 2010 | Featured | Read More
While most travelers tend to explore traditional landmarks and monuments typically found above ground, there’s something special about discovering a hidden spot that lies underground. After all, while the streets of a city pulse with a unique urban beat, whether you’re in New York, Tokyo...

Arizona Immigration Bill Sparks Widespread Hotel Cancellations

Arizona Immigration Bill Sparks Widespread Hotel Cancellations April 29, 2010 | Travel News, USA | Read More
It’s hard to believe that Arizona legislators and Governor Jan Brewer couldn’t see a mass boycott coming when they made a strengthened immigration policy law this week, after all the state faced a similar effort in 1987 after trying to keep Martin Luther King, Jr. Day from being a state holiday. But...

Mexico Issues Travel Warning Over Arizona Immigration Law

Mexico Issues Travel Warning Over Arizona Immigration Law April 28, 2010 | Mexico, Travel News | Read More
In response to Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signing the “Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act” into law on April 23, Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a travel alert warning its citizens about doing anything in Arizona.  Whether Mexicans are traveling to...

Elin Takes Kids To Sweden, Tiger Sees Nickelback

Elin Takes Kids To Sweden, Tiger Sees Nickelback April 21, 2010 | Celebrity Travel, Florida, Travel News | Read More
Tiger Woods’ wife Elin left Orlando Monday with the couple’s two young children, and landed in Stockholm according to RadarOnline.com reports. While volcanic ash has closed many European airports (and left some Europeans stranded in Florida), airspace over most of Sweden is now open and Stockholm’s...