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Big Band Dance and More at the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum

At the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, one of Phoenix’s top-rated attractions, you can get up-close and personal with our airplanes and learn how they were used throughout the history of combat. Climb aboard one of the rarest B-17 Bombers in the world, “Sentimental Journey” and feel the rumble from the radial engines down to your bones when they start up.

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Mayakoba: Four Times the Magic

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You might not think of rainforests and lagoons when you think Mexico, but maybe you should.

 

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Some of the most beautiful places I’ve ever traveled to have had muggy, humid climates. So when I arrived at Fairmont Mayakoba with the hair sticking to the back of my neck, I knew I was in paradise. It was raining and the jungle hummed with life while iguanas roamed the pathways, baby crocodiles laid low in the water and...

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Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum: A Great Visit for Holiday Guests

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Looking for a unique place to take your houseguests during the holiday? Bring them to the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, one of Phoenix’s top-rated attractions.

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Where to Find Fall Leaves in Arizona

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We all know the fall season brings the best weather in Arizona due to the much cooler temperatures contrasting from the past summer months. The fall weather calls for finally leaving the air-conditioned indoors and being able to go back outside and explore the natural beauty of sunny Arizona. Listed are the best places to explore during the autumn season in Arizona.   

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Best Hikes in Arizona

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October is the perfect time to explore Arizona’s unique landscapes. Both experienced and beginning hikers will find beautiful hidden gems as they walk through hiking trails filled with wild flowers, diverse cactus and historic caves.

Debbie Johnson, the director of the Arizona Office of Tourism, says, “I moved here from Wyoming precisely because I fell in love with Arizona's sunny winters and autumns. I love being able to go hiking year-round, even in December or January. And this time of year, when summer breaks and the mornings cool off, is...

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