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The mystery and complexity of an extended network of pre-historic communities and irrigation canals is highlighted at Casa Grande Ruins. The Casa Grande Ruins was a four story structure made by the people of the Sonoran Desert from 500 to 1400 AD. Coming the this historical monument you learn about the Hohokam tribe and the archeology of the American Southwest. This location is perfect for the young and older generation of explorers.
Old Smokey's Pancake House and Restaurant is a Route 66 original. They serve breakfast and lunch. Customers look forward to returning here whenever they are in the area. Delicious food, large portions, quick and friendly service, and a charming and comfortable decor with a neighborhood feel make this spot a favorite for locals and travelers alike.
Garden Cafe, a piece of cherished Yuma history- the latest in a long line of ventures passed down four generations! These grounds have been loved in, lived in, played in, and worked in by members of our family since E.F. Sanguinetti launched his career here in 1887. A winding brick path leads from a street side courtyard entrance through wrought-iron gates, past bird aviaries and flowing vines. When you finally arrive at the enchanting, open-air restaurant at the end of the walk.
Stunning views, RV storage pads, active adult living; It's time to live the resort lifestyle you've earned! Welcome to Montesa, a resort-style community for active adults. We are located 35 miles east of Sky Harbor Airport in beautiful Gold Canyon, Arizona near the base of the Superstition Mountains. Once you arrive, you'll get lost in the serene panoramic views and wide open spaces that surround us.
There’s no better way to enhance a life in Prescott or meet new friends than membership at Capital Canyon Club, which includes championship golf, fitness, swim, and social options like bridge groups, hikes, poker nights, and more.
Arizona Restaurant Week begins Friday, giving food lovers across the state the incentive to venture beyond their neighborhoods and try something new. More than 130 restaurants are participating, each offering a special meal at a special price.
National Travel and Tourism Week begins May 6th and is filled with excellent opportunities to showcase Arizona to visitors! Did you know that visitors in Arizona spend approximately $58 million per day*? *Source: Arizona Office of Tourism, 5/1/18
Bisbee is more than just a geographical location-it's a state of mind. If you are visiting Bisbee during the first few months of the year, then you will be able to experience some of our unique events happening throughout town.
Winter weather is just one reason that Yuma is a great spot for a getaway! We're right on the Colorado River, so there's year-round boating, fishing, and water sports. We're the gateway (15 minutes west) to the Imperial Sand Dunes - classic desert .
When people think of Arizona...images that come to mind are warm sunny days, glorious dessert landscapes, world-class golf, the red rocks of Sedona...and of course our magnificent Grand Canyon.
Phoenix's expanding landscape comprises world-class hotels, resorts, attractions, nightlife, performing arts, museums, art galleries, historic venues, world-class dining, upscale shopping, and plenty of sight-seeing. It is also home to every U.S. professional sports franchise (and our annual Cactus League Spring Training) and let's not overlook the more than 200 premier golf courses (300 state-wide), most of which can be found within a short drive of the cities downtown core.
Welcome to one and all...enjoy your stay with us...we invite you to return often.
And when you do, we hope you will continue to rely upon TravelHost Magazine as your travel guide to the best places to eat, shop, play and visit!
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