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Redolent with the charm of both the nineteenth-century Wild West and the twentieth-century heyday of Route 66, the small college town of FLAGSTAFF ranks among the most atmospheric and attractive places to stay in the entire Southwest. It's split in two by the twin eastwest routes of the main drag, Santa Fe Avenue, which was once Route 66, and before that the pioneer trail west, and the tracks of the Santa Fe Railroad whose mournfully whistling trains still reverberate through the desert night. Immediately north lies the characterful downtown area, while the lively blocks to the south are predominantly the preserve of the town's student population...  read more

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Arizona Is One Of The Most Popular Desert Southwest Places To Visit   by Cecilia Valenzuela

Just what is it about the Arizona desert that attracts so many people to this state?

Is it because of the diverse climate? Is it because Arizona is known so well known for the highly rated golf courses that allows golfers to play virtually every day? Certainly there are those who rate the high quality health care as one of the major reasons why they travel to the state?

Or is the reason that so many people flock to the desert southwest is just because of the simple fact that constant sunshine can be felt on more than 300 days a year?

There really is no single reason why so many people travel or permanently move to Arizona. There just happens to be a long list of many cities and remote towns that offer visitors everything they are looking for.
 
With such a diverse climate along with the size of the state, it's probably no wonder why Arizona ranks high when it comes to the top states people visit. Arizona ranks sixth among the states in size and is spread out over 114,006 square miles, (295,274 square kilometers), which includes 364 square miles, (943 square kilometers) of water. The size certainly offers not only the visitors, but the residents more than enough room to explore this wondrous southwestern United States attraction.

Arizona is home to the world famous Grand Canyon and so many other famous tourist sites such as Sedona, Tucson, Phoenix and the White Mountains and the famous road known as Route 66, that never stop attracting people from experiencing the amenities that the Grand Canyon state offers.

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Whether you are looking for the city life of Phoenix or Scottsdale or looking to take in a little rest and relaxation of the mountainous high country, Arizona has so many places to choose from that the only problem you might have is choosing one single location over the other locations that attract so people from many cities and countries.

Many visitors will be traveling to the desert southwest when Arizona hosts Super Bowl 42 on February 3, 2008. There have been many already who have purchased their Super Bowl tickets and have made all of their other necessary reservations to experience this NFL experience of a lifetime.

Arizona tourism allows everyone to explore the diverse landscapes that can be found throughout the state. Arizona travel also includes the magical (and mysterious, to some) red rocks and even snow-capped mountains making it possible for visitors to explore winter activities such as skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling.

If you are wondering where to stay when you visit you can always request an Arizona Travel Guide that will assist you with your travel plans.

Arizonan truly has it all. If you like warmer weather, you can be rest assured that you will find that, as temperatures in the summer typically range well over 100 degrees. Just remember that there is usually very little humidity, so it is a dry heat, which to some, doesn't mean much until they experience the summer weather.

Whatever your interests or skill levels are, there's an endless list of activities that involve AZ tourism!

The AZ office of tourism knows and understands that Arizona depends and thrives on its yearly visitors.

Whether it's a reenactment like a good old fashioned wild west gun fight, a horse back riding tour, or one of the many dinner theaters that are offered, the desert southwest is waiting to accommodate you and your family.

If you are looking for convenience, there are many places that you can stay that will offer you the perfect luxury of picking you up right at the steps of your hotel or motel. One of the attractive things visitors really appreciate is the complimentary escort service that many of the cities offer to their guests. You'll find this service in such cities such as the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Flagstaff and Tucson, to name just a few.

Native American ruins and fossils that are over 225 million years old can be found in the state which offers many just what they want to experience.

The Arizona Office of Tourism offers great Arizona experiences in the form of nature, heritage, culture, and a magical history that astounds many people who thought they already knew what Arizona was all about. And if you are looking to just educate yourself on the state, there are many museums, such as the Heard Museum, and art galleries that can be discovered with an emphasis on Native Americans.

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About the Author - Cecilia Valenzuela is a full time entrepreneur and supporter of small businesses. 

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Springhill Suites by Marriott Flagstaff
The Springhill Suites by Marriott Flagstaff in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona is a wonderful first class property located just five miles from the city's main airport and only a short distance from the area's most popular attractions. This hotel offers guests the perfect blend of top quality service, and clean, comfortable accommodations at affordable rates. At the Flagstaff Suites, all guests receive the courteous, service with a smile that makes this a top choice for today's most discriminating travelers. Each of the hotel's spacious, comfortable guest suites is tastefully decorated with pretty, modern furniture; and each is fully equipped to meet the demands of the 21st century.
Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Flagstaff
The Best Value Inn & Suites in Flagstaff, Arizona, is located on historic Route 66 close to Interstate 40. The hotel is just two miles from Northern Arizona University. This economy-conscious property provides complimentary shuttle service to Flagstaff Pulliam Airport, located eight miles away. The hotel is two miles from Lowell Observatory, an astronomical observatory. Property amenities include a full- service business center, laundry facilities and complimentary wireless Internet access. Coffee and newspapers are available in the lobby. 
Kings House, Flagstaff
The Kings House is one-and-one-half miles from Northern Arizona University and downtown Flagstaff and the The Lowell Observatory is within three miles. The hotel is located on historic Route 66. The Kings House serves complimentary continental breakfasts daily. The heated outdoor pool is seasonal. Complimentary wireless Internet access is avilable throughout the property. The 56 smoke-free geustrooms at the King's House include cable television with premium channels. Refrigerators are in all rooms, and microwave ovens are available on request. 
Days Inn Flagstaff
Our property is a Days Inn Worldwide Chairmans Award property. Come stay at our Flagstaff, Arizona Days Inn just off I-40, I-17 and Hwy 89A in the beautiful pine country of Northern AZ. You will appreciate our exceptional quality, cleanliness and friendly service. Our Flagstaff Days Inn is conveniently located across from Wal-Mart Shopping Center, within walking distance to many restaurants and just minutes from Downtown Flagstaff and Northern Arizona University or take it easy and relax in our indoor spa
Econo Lodge Lucky Lane Flagstaff
The Econo Lodge is a tourist class hotel, located 10 minutes from the Flagstaff-Pulliam Field Airport, 5 minutes from downtown Flagstaff and one hour from the Grand Canyon. The hotel received the Presidential Award as well as the Ruby Award from Choice Hotels International for Exceptional guest services and hotel cleanliness. You'll enjoy the comfort and convenience of Econo Lodge at Lucky Lane. Take a relaxing swim in the indoor pool or a delightful soak in the whirlpool. With the rooms and guest laundry, this makes it the perfect vacation spot. The Econo Lodge has beautifully appointed rooms that feature southwestern décor and all the comforts of home. 
Fairfield Inn by Marriott Flagstaff
Nestled in the cool pines of Northern Arizona, the Fairfield Inn offers quality accommodations and world- famous Marriott hospitality. The Grand Canyon, Sedona's Red Rocks, Oak Creek Canyon, Native American reservations, and a string of breathtaking national monuments are all close to the hotel. Flagstaff is the perfect hub for Arizona explorers because from here, guests can see everything. The hotel is just five miles from the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport This three-story hotel is just four blocks fro downtown Flagstaff and Amtrak at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Interstate 17. 
La Quinta Inn & Suites Flagstaff
The La Quinta Inn & Suites Flagstaff is across from Northern Arizona University on the west end of Flagstaff, just minutes from Pullium Airport and the Amtrak Station. Set out from here to Grand Canyon National Park, colorful Sedona, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, and the Lowell Observatory. The Flagstaff Mall and Downtown Historic District are just a few miles away. In the expansive lobby of the La Quinta Inn & Suites Flagstaff, enjoy a Free Bright Side BreakfastTM every morning.  Stroll through the sprawling courtyard to a romantic gazebo; relax in the outdoor swimming pool (open seasonally) and hot tub.
Little America Flagstaff
The Little America Hotel, located on 500 acres of private Ponderosa Pine forest, is four miles from downtown Flagstaff, and 10 miles from the recreational opportunities at Arizona Snowbowl - a year-round recreational area made of the pine-topped lava flows and cinder cones of an extinct volcano in Arizona's San Francisco Peaks. The hotel offers 24-hour front desk, complimentary airport transportation, a gift shop, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and spa tub. This beautifully landscaped resort features a two-mile hiking/jogging path, and courts for sand volley and badminton.
Quality Inn East Lucky Lane Flagstaff
The Quality Inn East Lucky Lane is located in Flagstaff, Ariz., off Interstate 40, only a few miles from Northern Arizona University. Many of the region's attractions are within two hours from the hotel, including the Grand Canyon, Meteor Crater, Painted Desert, Indian Reservations, Petrified Forest, Tuzigoot National Monument, Sedona, Snow Bowl Ski Mountain, Sunset Crater and Lake Powell. The hotel offers complimentary hot continental breakfasts. The hotel features a picnic area and seasonal outdoor pool. All 122 guestrooms feature cable television and complimentary high-speed Internet access. Rooms include coffeemakers. 
Radisson Woodlands Flagstaff
The Radisson Woodlands Hotel in Flagstaff, Ariz., is located on famous Route 66. Downtown Flagstaff, Northern Arizona University and Lowell Observatory are all within one mile of the hotel. Flagstaff and the surrounding area offer numerous options for hiking and biking enthusiasts, and skiing venues are 15 miles away. Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is five miles from this property. Richly adorned with Italian marble and granite details, the Radisson Woodlands Hotel's lobby radiates warmth and elegance. The hand-carved teakwood art reflects the glow of the inviting, wood-burning fireplace. During crisp winter months, guests can relax in the indoor whirlpool spa, where a magnificent picture window frames tall pines and blue skies.
Travel Inn Flagstaff
The Travel Inn is a centrally located historic Route 66 motel nestled in the beautiful Pine Country of northern Arizona. This property is only a few bocks from Northern Arizona University, historic downtown Flagstaff, the Greyhound bus station, visitor's center and the Amtrak train station. The Flagstaff Airport is two miles away. Family owned and operated, the Travel Inn offers economical lodging with reliable housekeeping and comfortable rooms. The Travel Inn also offers a complimentary continental breakfast, has a new Internet Café, and a completely remodeled indoor spa and sauna area providing a relaxing retreat after an adventurous day of travel.
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