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Warm Winter Getaway to Arizona

March 01, 2016

Warm Winter Getaway to Arizona - road trip escape


Looking to escape the cold winter weather with a trip and dreaming about an affordable winter getaway? Not everyone can bask in the sun in Bora Bora, but there are some great cheap winter getaways without a passport to places like Santa Fe, Miami, San Francisco, California, Key West.... including our recent road trip to Arizona! 


Warm Winter Getaway to Arizona - lots of cactus

Arizona is one of the sunniest destinations with more than 300 days of sunshine and  211 rain-free days a year. The landscape entertains with distant tawny peaks, majestic Saguaro, knobby cholla, spindly prickly pear and Mesquite cacti...even more glorious when in bloom. 

Warm Winter Getaway to Arizona  - pool


Finding budget lodging with a pool is quite easy in Arizona. We quickly found this place near Phoenix which was a great location for exploring. It's only about a 5 1/2 hour drive from our latest base in Los Angeles

Warm Winter Getaway to Arizona


Sometimes you just want to relax, but there are plenty of awesome places to explore in Arizona, including the Grand Canyon which is particularly special and uncrowded in winter and spring seasons. 

Warm Winter Getaway to Arizona - palm trees, blue skies


I love the open blue skies and palm trees everywhere. I don't like heat, so summer in Arizona would never suit me, although my dad and grandparents enjoyed it all year long. It is a lovely winter or spring escape! 

Warm Winter Getaway to Arizona  - road trip!


So if you are looking for a budget getaway and love sun, desert, Grand Canyon, Old West, ancient native cultures, golf, and more, drive or fly to Arizona for a fun adventure! 












































































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jan

Hello soultravelers3!! We've missed you! I agree - Arizona is full of fun in the winter and spring!

Jeanne @soultravelers3

Aw, thanks Jan! Lots of fun memories for us too because my Dad and Grandparents lived there, so I've visited there a lot over the years.

Jeanne @soultravelers3

Aw, thanks Jan! Lots of fun memories for us too because my Dad and Grandparents lived there, so I've visited there a lot over the years.

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