Spring is the best time to visit the Arizona, while the desert blooms and the daytime temperature usually stays under 79 F. Mild days and cool nights make winter another great time to escape the summer heat.
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Discover rejuvenating spa services, world-class cuisine, and sweeping desert landscapes in 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival villa.
Arizona’s name originated from the Spanish, Arizonac, and the Native American name “alĭ ṣonak” or “small spring”. Arizona women were granted the right to vote in 1912, eight years before national suffrage movement. Nearly one-fourth of Arizona is reservation land and twenty-two American Indian communities currently live within the state’s borders. Arizona is the sixth largest state in the United States at approximately 114,000 square miles. The saguaro cactus blossom is Arizona’s official state flower. Arizona became The United State’s 48th state on February 14, 1912. The state’s highest point is Humphrey’s Peak at 12,633 feet. Its deepest area is clearly the Grand Canyon, which is more than a mile deep.
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