In the first part of this subject we suggested several interesting locations you might consider for a vacation. In this, we will expand on the same idea discussing regions that not many tourists have yet discovered.
We hear and read about popular vacation destinations and most seem very interesting. Well, how about investigating some of the uncommon locations you usually don’t read about?
Tucson is Arizona’s second largest city situated an hour and a half drive south of Phoenix. The Santa Catalina Mountains to the south and the Rincons to the east surround it. The Tucson Mountains frame it in the west.
We often just want to get out of town for one, two and three days to change the scene. It’s good for the soul! Arizona is packed with interesting and scenic locations. All we have to do is visit them.
There are times when we get itchy feet and want to do something. We often drive down to the Valley for some event or other pursuit. And we have family living in Scottsdale and visit with them including two grandchildren, ages 11 and 13.
Ever since I can remember I have had a special place in my heart for the very big trees.
Each one of us has different expectations in what we desire in a vacation.
More and more people are traveling these days, and that means more people are visiting U.S. theme parks.
It’s hard to believe, but we are already into summer.
Train travel is gaining ridership in North America. Why? It is comfortable, relaxing and in some cases rather inexpensive.