Phoenix, Arizona Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions

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Phoenix is the capital, and largest city, of the U.S. state of Arizona, as well as the sixth most populous city nationally, and is also the most populous state capital in the United States. Located in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert, Phoenix has a subtropical desert climate.
The most important places to visit in Phoenix are: Mining and Mineral Museum, Cosanti, Tovrea Castle, Sunrise Trail at McDowell Mountains, ASU Planetarium, The Arizona Grand Resort, Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona Science Center, Desert Botanical Gardens, Japanese Friendship Garden and many more.
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12 Replies to “Phoenix, Arizona Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions”

  1. I live in Tucson and the heat is unbearable from June to October. I tested the media’s measurement of the temperature. I tried this a few times; they’re saying the temperature is 107. So I put my thermometer in the shade and it reads 107. Then I put the thermometer in the sun and the temp went off the scale, more than 135 in the sun, and they say Phoenix is 10 degrees hotter than Tucson. I never thought I’d hibernate in the summer. But October to June are really nice except when we have a winter. It gets pretty chilly, we had no winter this year and it’s rained once in Tucson since February. You see desperate people and animals a lot in the desert. I live here only because I can’t afford to live in San Diego. There are a lot of homeless people and animals here.

  2. Arizona living where the city is nice and toasty while the pools are a big deal for us and love that sushi place at downtown Phoenix

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