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Chicano Park murals

I almost didn’t make it to this park before I left San Diego this time, but I’m so glad I made time and checked out the Chicano park murals! A year earlier I was right around the corner and didn’t know that this was here, or its significance.

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Balboa Park, San Diego

Planning a trip to San Diego? Besides the beautiful beaches and boutiques, spend a day exploring one of the areas most impressive destinations! It’s a pretty wild city park with a lot of amazing stuff to see and do!

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El Prado theater, balboa park
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Joshua tree national park

joshua tree

It seems everybody wants to go to Joshua tree national park. Why? It’s practically an obligation these days, the Studio 54 of national parks. The place to see and be seen. The mere mention of this location will return a “yeah, i was just there” or an ” it’s on my bucket list” response. It’s become a right of passage. But, is it really that great? What’s the fuss all about?

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Tucsons ‘El Tiradito’ shrine

a mystical grotto dedicated to an unlucky sinner

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el tiradito shrine

Tucsons ‘El Tiradito’ shrine is rather unique in the United States. It’s magical history goes back to the 1870’s, well before Arizona “magically became” part of the United States. It is a site and story of many local legends including the one officially agreed upon version. El Tiradito translates to ‘the castaway’, it is located in the oldest and original part of town, now known as barrio viejo. At that time, it was just a sleepy Mexican outpost in the once northern part of Sonora, Mexico. And this area and region has been inhabited by people for thousands of years.

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where to find the best Free camping near phoenix-amazing views

Phoenix, AZ – Finding the best free camping spots is sometimes a challenge. One of the perks that make this spot great is the excellent cell phone reception. Another is the unparalleled views of the superstition mountains, plus, you’re at the gateway to the Tonto National Forest. with plenty of goods and services available in the nearby town of Apache junction, your at the edge of the Phoenix metro area, and only 45 minutes from Gracie’s Tax Bar downtown.

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tumamoc hill- Tucson ritual hiking trail

Located on the west side of Tucson is Tumamoc Hill. it’s a mile and a half long getaway from whatever it is that you should be doing. Open at 5 am til 10pm, hundreds of people take on this paved hike daily. İ prefer early morning or late night, when cooler temps prevail. Quick note: it’s a particularly beautiful hike during a full moon.

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