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Flagstaff's top breakfasts

Flagstaff's top breakfasts
Destination(s): Flagstaff

Every year there seems to be more options for breakfast in Flagstaff. Visitors need a good meal before hitting the trail and this guide features the top places to go. Those who require coffee before they function will find a tasty espresso brew at Macy's and MartAnne's is a local favorite, serving up the best breakfast burritos you'll ever taste. Morning Glory gets its produce locally. Cheaper breakfasts can be found at the local health food store, New Frontiers. read more about Flagstaff's top breakfasts... Read More

Nightlife in the pines

Nightlife in the pines
Destination(s): Flagstaff

If you find yourself in Flagstaff, particularly over the weekend, there are many lively places to wet your whistle and get your groove on. While the bars in Flagstaff don't stay open as late as they do in say, LA or New York, the nightlife in this town is a truly unique experience. Many places like Mia's or the Monte Vista Lounge features local or regional rock bands of all flavors, other bars like the Flagstaff Brewing Company or Charley's consistently feature bluegrass, folk, and reggae. And some places, like the Green Room have a bit of everything. read more about Nightlife in the pines... Read More

Hidden gems in Flagstaff

Hidden gems in Flagstaff
Destination(s): Flagstaff

Think you've seen it all in Flagstaff? This list explores some highlights that don't usually make it on the City's brochures. Grab a delicious sandwich at Crystal Creek or Macy's and head out to the Lava River Cave. This interesting geological wonder is a cave, about a mile long and remains cool all year round. Or head 30 minutes out of town and discover Anazasi ruins and petroglyphs. Flagstaff never ceases to amaze. read more about Hidden gems in Flagstaff... Read More

Free things to do in Flagstaff

Free things to do in Flagstaff
Destination(s): Flagstaff

This list is designed for those who pass through Flagstaff and wish to have a good time without spending any money. Wupatki National Monument will cost $5 during the day, but after 6PM, it is free and offers the most spectacular view of the peaks at sunset. Downtown Flagstaff offers some wonderful art galleries, all of which are free. On first Friday Art Walks, they'll even give you free food and wine. Then, of course, there are a half a dozen trails on this list, specifically chosen for their close proximity to downtown. read more about Free things to do in Flagstaff... Read More

The Grand Canyon's best lodging

The Grand Canyon's best lodging
Destination(s): Grand Canyon National Park

While there are a few places on the South Rim to stay during your time at the Grand Canyon, such as the Grand Hotel, most people either camp or stay in a hotel or bed and breakfast 50 miles away in the town of Williams, Arizona. This list provides the top choices whether you stay on the South Rim or in Williams. read more about The Grand Canyon's best lodging... Read More

Grand Canyon's top things to do

Grand Canyon's top things to do
Destination(s): Grand Canyon National Park

This list could be much longer than 10 things to do. It is, after all, a big canyon. This list was designed with many scenarios in mind. The first half of the list accompanies those only staying a day or two, while the last half is for those who will spend some time in the canyon. Use this list as a guide and pay attention to individual descriptions in order to meet your needs. read more about Grand Canyon's top things to do... Read More

Nightlife on the South Rim

Nightlife on the South Rim
Destination(s): Grand Canyon National Park

Though the South Rim isn't very big, it does offer visitors lively nightlife. Whether your pleasure is live music, performances, and dancing, or if you prefer to watch the game and chill with your buddies, the South Rim is sure to please. Most places on this list are also restaurants, so guests can come early and eat, and stay late and enjoy themselves in a variety of ways. read more about Nightlife on the South Rim... Read More

Grand Canyon on a budget

Grand Canyon on a budget
Destination(s): Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon is one of those beautiful places that require only your patience and appreciation in order to be enjoyed. This list is designed for those wishing to save as much money as possible and still experience what the canyon has to offer. While much of the first half of the list features amazing lookout areas, the last half is for those wishing to flex their hiking legs. Cafe Tusayan is probably the best restaurant for those wishing to save a buck or two. read more about Grand Canyon on a budget... Read More

Top attractions outside the Canyon

Top attractions outside the Canyon
Destination(s): Grand Canyon National Park

Hike out of the Canyon with a few days to spare? There is a lot to see and do on the Colorado Plateau. Sycamore Canyon is between the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff, as is Navajo National Monument - both of which offer unique experiences worth exploring if you have the time. Rainbow Bridge is just over the Utah border, and if you're going that far, you might as well go see the majestic Monument Valley. There is a lot of beauty to see, simply driving around this area. read more about Top attractions outside the Canyon... Read More

The best places to lodge in Sedona

The best places to lodge in Sedona
Destination(s): Sedona

Sedona probably has more hotels and resorts than any other place in all of northern Arizona, and it can be daunting to figure out which place will best suite your needs. This list is the best of what Sedona has to offer, everything from luxurious resorts to friendly affordable inns. While places like the Enchantment Resort and L'Auberge de Sedona would be a great fit for a honeymoon or romantic vacation, the Orchards Inn of Sedona might be a better fit for families. read more about The best places to lodge in Sedona... Read More