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Arizona to California
Arizona to California
Arizona is California is a travelogue of our 7-week journey from Tucson, Arizona to California and eventually the southern Oregon Coast. We stopped at various locales from Midnight Beach and San Juan Capistrano to the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel. Then we proceeded to Yosemite through the South Entrance and down to the Wine Country. We took 101 through Redwood Country to our ultimate destination --- Brookings, Oregon. We retraced the same route, leaving out Yosemite. Instead of taking the coastal route through Southern California we drove through the Inland Empire. And before returning to Tucson we spent five days at the Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale.

This narrative isn't intended to be comprehensive. But the earnest evaluations of places to stay could be valuable to the California traveler. In additon all the hotels, motels, resorts, and cabins we stayed at had one thing in common. They were pet-friendly.

Arizona is California is a travelogue of our 7-week journey from Tucson, Arizona to California and eventually the southern Oregon Coast. We stopped at various locales from Midnight Beach and San Juan Capistrano to the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel. Then we proceeded to Yosemite through the South Entrance and down to the Wine Country. We took 101 through Redwood Country to our ultimate destination --- Brookings, Oregon. We retraced the same route, leaving out Yosemite. Instead of taking the coastal route through Southern California we drove through the Inland Empire. And before returning to Tucson we spent five days at the Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale.

This narrative isn't intended to be comprehensive. But the earnest evaluations of places to stay could be valuable to the California traveler. In additon all the hotels, motels, resorts, and cabins we stayed at had one thing in common. They were pet-friendly.

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Ramada Inn - Scottsdale, Arizona
Ramada Inn - Scottsdale, Arizona
The ultimate in smart resort hotel accommodations in the West's Most Western town. 118 rooms and apartment units surrounding a lushly landscaped inner court with beautiful heated swimming pool, within strolling distance of Scottsdale's famous shops 333 West Main Street Mailed from Scottsdale, AZ to Mr. & Mrs. A.B. Whitney of Longmeadow, MA on April 9, 1966: Dear Arthur & Helen, Had a lovely arrangement made for the dining table for Mother's birthday luncheon. She was so pleased & I thank you too, We're having a wonderful rest - eating, sleeping, sunning & a drink or two, Thursday we go to John & Hope until Monday & then on to S.F. & all the wedding festivities. Love to you both, Julia & Leighton
Arizona Inn Doorway
Arizona Inn Doorway
The Arizona Inn is a historic, luxury boutique Tucson resort hotel spread over 14 acres of gardens, fountains, flowers and lawns in the heart of mid-town Tucson, AZ. This is an example of the spring poppys in the gardens.

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Arizona Highways, April 1974 (Biltmore; Wigwam; Camelback Inn; McCormick Ranch; Arabian Horses) (Vol. 50, No. 4)
Much of this issue is devoted to "The Pleasure Business." Editor Joseph Stacey writes, "In Arizona the business of pleasure and recreation is a prime resource, especially in the Maricopa County, Valley of the Sun area of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley. ... The people, places and things represented in this special Valley of the Sun edition were selected to show graphic evidence of a different way of life. . . . The world is no longer divided in those who would spend their winters in Florida and those who would choose California. Our resort facilities are attracting the discriminating clientele who set their standards by the highest measure of quality and service." Among the resorts and other locations featured: The Wigwam (then owned by Goodyear; in 2011 owned by sports entrepreneur Jerry Colangelo); John Gardiner's Tennis Ranch; Camelback Inn; McCormick Ranch; The Arizona Biltmore with aerial photograph showing desert surroundings; Granada Royale Hometels. Also in this issue: The Promising Art of William Whitaker, with three drawings reproduced from a special Conte crayon, pastel and chalk portfolio portraying the women of Northern Cheyenne and Comanche tribes. Perhaps the most interesting page in this issue, however, are the two aerial photographs titled "on a clear day you can see forever." One, from above Glendale, looks southeast down Grand Avenue and shows not only the Phoenix skyline, but Mount Lemmon in the Catalina Mountains, in the distance. The other, from above South Phoenix, shows not only Interstate 17 and the Phoenix skyline, but the San Francisco Peaks north of Flagstaff in the distance. The distance in each photograph represents nearly 150 miles.