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Oct 29, 2013 - Doing Things Differently in Arizona

Yes, there is plenty of outdoor spaces, desert and exciting adventurous things to do in all of Arizona but when you are tired and weary of all that traveling, it is time to dust off and put on those dancing shoes and head over to these amazing entertainment outlet and restaurants. Since we have been dealing with so many bus charter Arizona travelers, tourists, event organizers and tour guides for countless years, we have plenty of recommendations based on the stories and feedback from the people who have been there, done that.

San Tan Flat is one such recommendation. Visiting San Tan Flat not only gives you the chance to experience an exclusive and all-immersing local full service restaurant and bar, outside, the management will set up a full campfire so that bus charter Arizona visitors can bring their drinks out to enjoy the crackling fire that ensues. Nothing bonds like good food, amazing drinks and the sound of crackling campfire so, if you are heading over with your family and friends, we are sure you are going to end up closer and are more understanding of each other than before this bus charter Arizona. The campfire time could also be an opportunity for you to make new friends with the locals, and who knows, you might come this way again and you would have a new friend to catch up with the next time you are here. San Tran Flat’s address is 6185 West Hunt Highway, Queen Creek AZ. Buzz them at (480) 882-2995 for details.

Fall is the best time to visit Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community because their annual events usually fall on October right through to November. The events in question are the annual casino Arizona fall classic car show and Red Mountain eagle pow wow. For more information about the festival and show, call (480) 850-7777 and (480) 850-8036 respectively. The Pima people are the sovereign of other Indian communities in Phoenix and are considered descendants of the Hohokam community. They are the first ever people to farm at and create an elaborate irrigation system on Salt River Valley, hence, the sovereign status. Initially, the Maricopa people lived a little lower down the river but over time, as they slowly migrate upwards, the community merged in 1825 to form the Pima-Maricopa community. It is quite easy to get in touch with the Tribal Government (yes, they have their own community leader and they spend much of their time communicating with others) before the start of your bus charter Arizona vacation so, they can be reached at 10005 E. Osborn Rd. Scottsdale AZ 85256.

We hope you will have an unforgettable time at these amazing and inspiring Arizona landmark locations.

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