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Moving to Arizona? Top 10 Best Places To Live In Arizona For 2018.
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Moving your family to a new state is a challenge on its own. Moving them for all the right reasons is another.
If you’re looking for cultural diversity, a strong economy and adventure for your clan, Arizona is the obvious choice.
Known for its warm climate and beautiful desert landscape, Arizona has long been considered a great place for vacation.
But it’s also a great place to live because of median income, safety, graduation rates, weather, and cultural offerings.
Many people are choosing to move to Arizona. Some of them are moving there to retire because of the great weather.
Others are moving to Arizona because of the booming economy.
Still others come here for a great college atmosphere while others come for outstanding outdoor amenities.
Regardless of why you are moving to the state, choosing the right city can be rough.
These cities are some of the best places in Arizona to live, raise a family, and enjoy your days.
Whether you’re looking to move or already live here, these are the ten best places in Arizona to call home.
6. Paradise Valley.
7. Oro Valley.
10. Litchfield Park.
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10 Top Tourist Attractions in the USA - Travel Video
As one of the largest and most diverse countries in the world, The United States boast an amazing amount of travel destinations ranging from the skyscrapers of New York and Chicago, the natural wonders of Yellowstone and Alaska to the sunny beaches of California and Florida. Here’s a look at the top tourist attractions in the USA.
Best Places to Retire in Arizona 2019 (Phoenix AZ) | Living in Arizona (Best Retirement Places)
The best places to retire in Arizona (Phoenix, Arizona suburbs). Researching multiple top retirement lists and stats, I give you my list of great places to spend your golden years in AZ. Is Arizona a good place to retire? Is Arizona a retirement friendly state? Which part of Arizona is best to live in for retirement? If you're thinking of moving to Arizona and living in Arizona when you retire, check out this video!
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Visit Idaho, USA and explore by region - Unravel Travel TV
Idaho is the 13th largest state in the union, covering 83,557 square miles.
• Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls is 212 feet high – 36 feet higher than Niagara Falls.
• At 7,900 feet, Hells Canyon is the deepest river-carved gorge in North America, deeper than even the Grand Canyon.
• The world’s densest populations of nesting eagles, hawks and falcons can be found at the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.
• In Soda Springs you can find the largest captive geyser in the world – it erupts every hour on the hour, reaching heights of 100 feet.
• The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness is one of the largest wilderness areas in the Lower 48, second only to California’s Death Valley.
• A sand dune within Bruneau Dunes State Park rises 470 feet above the surrounding desert floor, making it the tallest single-structured sand dune in North America.
History and Heritage
• Idaho City was once the largest town in the Pacific Northwest it developed around gold mining in the 1860s.
• Farragut State Park, and adjoining Lake Pend Oreille, was home to a Naval Training Station during WWII.
• In the old West mining town of Wallace the entire downtown core is listed on the National Historic Register.
• Idaho had a nationally-renowned wine industry until Prohibition closed it down. Today, it is Idaho’s fastest growing agricultural industry with three AVAs in the state.
• The Oregon Trail ran right through southern Idaho, leaving behind historic landmarks and sites to explore.
• Idaho is home to six Native American tribes: The Coeur d’Alene, Kootenai of Idaho, Nez Perce, Shoshone-Bannock, Shoshone-Paiute and Lemhi-Shoshone tribes.
• Boise is home to one of the largest Basque communities in the United States, with nearly 16,000 people.
• Lewiston is the most inland seaport on the west coast, hosting cruise and cargo ships that travel up the Columbia River.
• There are more than 50 wineries in Idaho, producing more than 25 varietals of wine.
• Idaho is known as the “Gem State” because 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones can be found here, including some which can be found nowhere else in the world.
• The Wild Huckleberry is the state fruit, and can be found on menus throughout the region.
• Idaho is bordered by Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming and Montana.
• The highest elevation point is Mt. Borah at 12,662 feet, and the lowest is 738 feet above sea level in Lewiston.
• Idaho is home to more miles of whitewater than anywhere else in the continental U.S., making it a paddlers’ paradise.
• Idaho contains nearly 600 registered campsites, which include those within Idaho’s 30 state parks, 10 national forests and on other public lands.
• There are over 300 hot springs in Idaho with over 130 deemed soaker-friendly.
• Thirty one (31) scenic byways crisscross the state, highlighting stunning scenery and area histories.
• Sun Valley Resort was America’s first destination ski resort (as well as where the first chairlifts were installed).
• Idaho claims the only state flag designed by a woman.
• The Perrine Bridge over the Snake River at Twin Falls is the only place in the country where BASE jumping (parachuting from a fixed structure) is allowed year-round without a permit.
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Best Things To Do in Sedona, Arizona AZ
Sedona Travel Guide. MUST WATCH. Top 10 things you have to do in Sedona. We have sorted Tourist Attractions in Sedona for You. Discover Sedona as per the Traveler Resources given by our Travel Specialists. You will not miss any fun thing to do in Sedona.
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List of Best Things to do in Sedona, Arizona (AZ)
Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR 179)
Broken Arrow Trail
Devil's Bridge Trail
Oak Creek Canyon
Bear Mountain Trail
Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park
Doe Mountain Trail
Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art
Unprepared Treasure Hunting - Arizona
Arizona has the largest concentration of lost treasures in the USA, so when Nash and George go out to gather supplies for primitive fire making and spot some caves across a canyon there's no choice but to investigate! ... even if there's no supplies.
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Town Of Florence, Arizona
Florence is a town, 61 miles (98 km) southeast of Phoenix, in Pinal County of Arizona, United States. Florence, which is the county seat of Pinal County, is one of the oldest towns in that county and is regarded as a National Historic District with over 25 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The population of Florence was 30,770 at the 2015 census.
Flags & Moving South To Arizona
On this Airstream Life vLog, we visit a moving display of 1000 flags in Mesquite Nevada for Veterans Day. Thank you to all the Veterans watching!
Then we hitch up and start heading south. Our route takes us from Arizona to Utah to Arizona to Nevada and back to Arizona. Wowser! We stop over briefly in Henderson Nevada to look for Brown Sugar Bourbon for Courtney. No luck and a fun parking job by Steve. Finally, we make it to our overnight spot in Golden Valley Arizona just north of Kingman. It's full hookups for $25 and an easy stopover before heading to Prescott the next day. We end the video by showing you the AIrstream all decorated for Christmas, just a little early :)
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