Camelback Mountain Phoenix

Tucson & Phoenix, the Odd Couple in Arizona

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Sunny, warm Arizona is home to two fun, but distinct cities that are excellent places to break from the winter cold. Tucson is a quirky laid back town with great mexican food, nearby national parks, and the annual Dia De Los Muertos festival which is the largest in the country. Phoenix is a little more straight forward with excellent golf, urban hiking on Camelback Mountain, and 70 degree bluebird sky winter days. Explore, Eat, Play, Experience.
1. Hike Camelback Mountain
Camelback Mountain Phoenix
Rewarding hiking trail right in Phoenix
2. Hike Saguaro National Park
Saguaro National Park
Sendero Esperanza Trail @ Saguaro National Park near Tucson.
3. Mission San Xavier del Bac
Mission San Xavier del Bac Mission San Xavier del Bac
South of Tucson is one of the most beautiful examples of a southwestern mission church, Mission San Xavier del Bac.
4. Excellent Mexican Food
Exterior of Mi Nidito
@ Mi Nidito, Tucson, try the Carne Seca.
5. Delicious Burritos
Nico's Taco Shop
@ Nico's Taco Shop, Tucson
6. Breakfast With A View
Coffee Xchange
Breakfast @ Coffee Xchange, Tucson
7. Cure What Ails You
Ted's Hot Dogs
@ Ted's Hot Dogs, Phoenix
8. Golf
Golf course in Phoenix
Golf in Phoenix
9. Bike
Biking through Tucson
Tucson is very biker friendly with wide bike paths that make it easy to get around.
10. Native American Rock Art
Rock Art Saguaro National Park
Rock art @ Saguaro National Park near Tucson
11. Dia De Los Muertos
Dia De Los Muertos Parade
Dia De Los Muertos Festival in Tucson
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