Take the guesswork out of vacation planning. Frommer's hires only seasoned experts, in this case two renowned journalists who live full-time in Arizona. Their advice is savvy, dependable, and based not on one or two short trips to the state, but on a lifetime of exploration. They offer an up-to-date, detail- and tip-rich commentary on Arizona's iconic sights, and will introduce you to restaurants, off-the-beaten-path attractions, nature spots, tours, bars, and shops, that few tourists know to visit. So whether you're going to be rafting the Grand Canyon, hiking in Sedona, living the high life in Phoenix and Scottsdale, or walking in the path of Native American history, this is the book for you.
Frommer's Arizona and the Grand Canyon contains:
*Dozens of stunning, full-color photos throughout
*Helpful maps, including a fully-detachable fold-out map
*Strategic itineraries, including for families and weeklong stays, so you can make the most of your time
*Authentic experiences to help you appreciate this unique Southwestern culture, cuisine, historic sights and customs like a local
*Candid reviews of the best restaurants, attractions, tours, shops, and experiences--and advice on the ones not worth your time and money
*Accurate, up-to-date info on transportation, useful websites, costs, telephone numbers, and more
*Budget-planning help with the lowdown on prices and ways to save money, whether you're traveling on a shoestring or in the lap of luxury
About Frommer's: There's a reason that Frommer's has been the most trusted name in travel for more than sixty years. Arthur Frommer created the best-selling guide series in 1957 to help American servicemen fulfill their dreams of travel in Europe, and since then, we have published thousands of titles became a household name helping millions upon millions of people realize their own dreams of seeing our planet. Travel is easy with Frommer's.
About the Author
Gregory McNamee is a writer, journalist, editor, photographer, and publisher. He is the author or title-page editor of forty books and more than five thousand periodical publications, including articles, essays, reviews, interviews, editorials, poems, and short stories. He is also a contributing editor to and regular reviewer for Kirkus Reviews and a contributing editor to The Bloomsbury Review. McNamee is a research associate at the Southwest Center of the University of Arizona and a lecturer in the Economics Department of the Eller College of Management there. He currently resides in Tucson, Arizona. Bill Wyman is a former assistant managing editor of National Public Radio in Washington, where he oversaw the network's arts, digital and media coverage across its signature news shows. He was a senior editor at Salon, the pioneering internet magazine. His work has been published in The New York Times, The New Yorker, New York magazine and other publications. He grew up in Arizona and currently lives in Phoenix.