Want to get spooked? Here are a few places to get in the "spirit" in Flagstaff Arizona. Viola's Haunted Garden Oct. 18 & 19, plus Oct. 25 to Nov. 2nd from 7 to 9:30pm This one is for adults and older kids, but they do have a less hair raising version for the little ones. They have over ... » Learn More about Haunted Halloween Events in Flagstaff
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Actually, everyone should visit Flagstaff. However, if you are like any of the following 4 types of people I have stereotyped to death, then come with an open mind. The beauty of travel in general is that you get to experience new cultures, new perspectives, and see things of such natural glory ... » Learn More about The 4 Types of People Who Should Never Visit Flagstaff
The Best Sushi in Flagstaff If you get an urge for sushi in Flagstaff AZ, you will be pleasantly surprised that there is actually some deee-lish fish both far & high away from the sea. The only downside is unlike a large city where there might be 10 or 20 great sushi places, in Flagstaff ... » Learn More about Good Sushi in Flagstaff AZ? Unbelievable But True!
If you are looking for some great video on what to expect in Flagstaff, I scoured YouTube to find the very best ones to show you some unique things you can see in or near Flagstaff. Often called the "Gateway to Northern Arizona" Flagstaff is the perfect home base for day trips to all the world ... » Learn More about 6 Great YouTube Videos That Explore What Flagstaff AZ Is About
Pizza is hard to mess up. But of course some do it better than others, so let's get down to business. Who has the best pie in Flagstaff? 1. Pizzicletta - 203 W. Phoenix Ave. In my opinion, this is not only the best pizza in Flagstaff, but as good as anywhere in the state, including Pizzaria ... » Learn More about 4 Fabulous Flagstaff Pizza Joints (& One to Avoid)