By Karl Samson
Thoroughly up to date each year (unlike lots of the competition), Frommer's Arizona 2004 positive aspects beautiful colour pictures of the state's extraordinary surroundings. super certain and individually researched, this can be the main trustworthy and in-depth consultant you should buy for an Arizona event. From world-class golfing lodges to actual dude ranches, from beautiful Southwestern-style B&Bs; to rustic hotels and secluded campgrounds, our authors have selected some of the best areas to stick through the country, in all cost levels. they're going to convey you the main scenic drives, and take you open air for wasteland hikes, excellent golfing, exciting white-water rafting, horseback using, and extra. critical consumers will have fun with our insider suggestion on discovering the easiest of neighborhood artwork galleries and the main fascinating nearby crafts, rugs, and pottery. and naturally, you will find the place to discover the easiest Mexican and Southwestern eating, from based hotel eating places to roadside joints that supply nice nearby specialties and an average margarita. With Frommer's in hand, you will see the entire highlights, from excellent vistas of the Grand Canyon to the fanciful red-rock formations of Sedona, from the eerie monoliths of Monument Valley to the silent splendors of the desolate tract. you are going to even get a unfastened colour fold-out map and an internet listing that makes trip-planning a snap.
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Com); 30 C H A P T E R 2 . com). LOST-LUGGAGE INSURANCE On domestic flights, checked baggage is covered up to $2,500 per ticketed passenger. S. 07 per pound, up to approximately $640 per checked bag. If you plan to check items more valuable than the standard liability, see if your valuables are covered by your homeowner’s policy, get baggage insurance as part of 6 Health & Safety STAYING HEALTHY If you’ve never been to the desert before, be sure to prepare yourself for this harsh environment. No matter what time of year it is, the desert sun is strong and bright.
So if you’re looking for sunshine and time by the pool, book your Sedona vacation for a time other than the winter. 25 CLIMATE The first thing you should know is that the desert can be cold as well as hot. Although winter is the prime tourist season in Phoenix and Tucson, night temperatures can be below freezing and days can sometimes be too cold for sunning or swimming. Although there can be several days in a row of cool, cloudy, and even rainy weather in January and February, on the whole, winters in Arizona are positively delightful.
In winter, there’s good road biking around Phoenix and Tucson, while from spring to fall, the southeastern corner of the state offers good routes. In summer, the White Mountains (in the eastern part of the state) and Kaibab National Forest (between Flagstaff and Grand Canyon National Park) offer good mountain biking.
Frommer's Arizona 2005 (Frommer's Complete) by Karl Samson