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A Sense of the World- Israel, Jordan and Egypt

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There is a wonderful travel book called "A Sense of the World." In the early 19th century, James Holman, ("the blind traveler") upon being criticized as a blind travel writer responds "I see better with my feet." After 15 days in Israel, Jordan and Egypt, I see better with my feet. You will too.

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Sightseeing Adventures Make the Perfect Arizona Getaway

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When most out-of-state visitors think of Arizona, they likely think of our beautiful vistas. Whether it’s a colorful sunset in the desert or the view from the top of a mountain, sightseeing is one of Arizona’s most popular activities.

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Editor’s Note: The Arizona Office of Tourism is blogging throughout the summer to help Arizonans enjoy the state’s local attractions and vacation experiences.

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Arizona’s Family Fun Adventures

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Summer is a time for fun, relaxation and family. So what better way to spend time together than exploring Arizona?

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Photo: Tombstone, AZ

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10 Things to do Before Summer Ends

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Escape the heat with a trip up north. Prescott, Flagstaff, Sedona and Payson are always popular camping destinations. Choose an official campsite or explore nature on your own with dispersed camping. Either way, you will spend some time relaxing outside in the cooler temperatures, enjoying the calm of a lazy summer before returning to work back home.

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Rediscover Arizona’s Urban Escapes

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If your ideal summer vacation involves lounging poolside at one the state’s famed resorts or enjoying a day of pampering at the spa, look no further than your own backyard. With more than 300 golf courses, dozens of luxurious spas and resorts, countless boutiques, galleries and culinary creations, your urban oasis awaits just a short drive away.

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