A Journey through Time
As I walked through the lava flow at Sunset Crater National Monument, I remembered the first time we had come here. Surrounded by sharp black rocks, I had felt like I left Earth and found myself on another planet. It was over twenty years ago, on my first vacation with my present-day husband (then just a new boyfriend).
I grew up in Romania, and he grew up in New Jersey; and together we decided to go for a vacation to Arizona, to the Wild West. It was an old-time fantas...
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The Mayan ruins at Xel-Ha share a name with the Riviera Maya’s water park, but this attraction goes back to 600 AD and is a little less crowded.
From world-class museums to historical places, trails in the mountain preserves within the city limits, parks, cafes and restaurants, Phoenix has a lot to offer. But if you want to escape the run-of-the-mill attractions, here are a few interesting spots that are frequently overlooked.
While Arizona is known as the Grand Canyon State, there is much more to experience in its 114,000 square miles: Busy cities and desolate washes, low deserts to high pine-filled mountains, black lava flows to red rocks and pastel deserts, ancient ruins to thriving modern Native American communities.
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