If you're looking for some desert sun and amazing canyons, this might be the weekend trip for you. This itinerary brings you to Phoenix as your jumping off point to visit the Grand Canyon and spending time in Scottsdale, Sedona, Williams, and Flagstaff. Make sure to check out the detailed Itinerary at the bottom of the blog and bookmark it in the Ravel Trips app!
Once arriving in Phoenix, head to Old Town Scottsdale. First stop, Barrio Queen for some top notch tacos or Mexican fare. Take some time visiting the local shops before heading off to your stay at the Hermosa Inn.
Award-winning authentic Mexican fine-dining from scratch.
Kick off your old boots and slide your feet into a pair of new ones, or a pair of designer shoes, or both. Understandably, you may have a hard time reining yourself in. You’ll need matching earrings, a necklace, bracelet and a new handbag to round out your new getup. An art piece or authentic southwestern furniture will ensure your home doesn’t feel left out.
What we are trying to say is, shopping in Old Town is a slippery slope to bliss. With such a concentration of high-end designer boutiques and art galleries all within walking distance of one another, you’ll have little trouble filling up your wagon.
Once the private, turn-of-the-century escape of painter Lon Megargee, the intimate and luxurious Hermosa Inn in Paradise Valley retains all the magic that inspired Arizona’s “dean of cowboy artists.” Today, this secluded AAA Four-Diamond boutique hotel nestled in the foothills of Camelback Mountain casts its spell on art lovers and adventurers who appreciate flawless service and the finest amenities.
After checking out and a quick bite at Arizona's iconic breakfast spot Matt's Big Breakfast, head north to Sedona. Here, have lunch or try a few pints at Oak Creek Brewery, followed by a tour of the area in a bright pink Jeep. Eat dinner through the sunset views at the Hideaway House before you head off to Williams.
Contemporary American cafe specializing in carefully sourced lunches & breakfasts.
The finest brewpub in Northern Arizona located in beautiful Sedona. Est. 2001. Award-winning craft beer, good food & plenty of it.
It’s the quintessential combination of an exhilarating off-road adventure and spectacular scenery. Our exclusive Broken Arrow and Scenic Rim Combo Tour has it all, including winding, unpaved back roads that will have you holding on tight during your journey. This is an experience you’ll surely remember.
Experience the luxury of a bygone era at the newly refurbished Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. The 298-room hotel is right next door to the train depot and just a block away from downtown Williams and historic Route 66. Our packages make it easy to plan a Grand Canyon vacation. With a variety of amenities such as complimentary wi-fi, an indoor pool and hot tub, delicious dining options at the Fred Harvey Restaurant and Spenser’s Pub, the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel is the perfect place to stay before embarking on your grandest of journeys!
Are you planning a trip abroad and need a new passport? If so, it can seem like a daunting task. But don't worry - this guide will help you understand the steps you need to take, how much time you should allocate for each step, potential pitfalls, and all the important details to ensure you get your passport in time for your adventures.
With its extensive public transportation system, wealth of green spaces and abundance of eco-friendly accommodation options, Lisbon has emerged as one of Europe's leading sustainable travel destinations.
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