Visitors love the story of Arizona’s London Bridge

Many people thought Robert P. McCulloch was crazy when he purchased the famous London Bridge in 1968. After all, its intended destination was land in Arizona, not over a body of water. On the contrary, the purchase was a stroke of genius, bringing to a nondescript area a curiosity that has become Arizona’s second biggest tourist attraction

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Train adventure in Arizona – Encountering eagles

Winter in Arizona can be an exciting time. During “eagle season,” you may encounter majestic Bald Eagles when you take an excursion on the Verde Canyon Railroad. Located just north of Phoenix, and about a half hour from Sedona, the Verde Canyon Railroad is a laid back excursion train running from Clarkdale to little Perkinsville and return.

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Nautical Beachfront Resort attracts vacationers in Lake Havasu, Arizona

This year the state of Arizona celebrates its centennial, so it’s a great time to visit the Grand Canyon State. Of course, there is much more to see and do in addition to visiting the spectacular national park. Why not start at Lake Havasu City?

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Join the Kansas City Royals at Spring Training

The Kansas City Royals Spring Training in Arizona is not just a team tradition. Many Royals fans flock to the Cactus League games in Surprise, AZ every year. The Royals have some special Spring Training packages designed for fans and cold weather escapees. Surprise Stadium –Tim Roberts Photography –Panoramio Kansas City Royals share a stadium… Read More

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Cactus League – Arizona Spring Training

If you enjoy your baseball more informal and want to see the players up close and personal, the Cactus League, Arizona games are for you. 15 Major League Baseball teams participate in the Cactus League.

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Things to do in Phoenix – Visit the Phoenix Zoo

Whether you have children with you or not, a zoo can be a fun place to visit. Most zoos have come a long way in providing healthy habitats for the animals so viewing is much more pleasant. The Phoenix Zoo, promoted as one of the Top 5 Zoos for Kids, is close to downtown yet has 125 acres of land devoted to the animals.

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