How do you make sure your visit to a Colorado town, city or tourist attraction doesn’t end up being like a movie theater?
Here’s how to keep your trip a bit more fun.
Colorado has a lot of amazing attractions, and some of them are worth a visit.
Here are a few highlights of places we’ve all been to, and a few that you might want to check out yourself.
Tropical Arizona, with its mountains, beaches, desert-like landscape and diverse wildlife, is home to many of the state’s most famous attractions, including the Grand Canyon and Mount Rushmore.
We’ve seen them all, but the most spectacular is the iconic “Great Wall of Dreams” in Tucson.
It is the second-tallest wall in the world, and was built by the Chinese in 1799 to help guide the people of China to reach the sacred mountain.
It was originally intended to be a statue of a Chinese deity that was to be removed and replaced with an image of the sun, but in the end it became an architectural landmark.
We saw it as an actual monument, not just a place to admire the scenery.
The other iconic sight in Arizona is the “Star Spangled Banner” in the town of Flagstaff, and the local Flagstaff Heritage Society hosts its annual “Star-Spangled Banner Festival” in late May.
This is a time when locals and visitors come together to watch a traditional Chinese dance and sing patriotic songs, as well as the singing of the American national anthem.
This is a beautiful, beautiful spot to enjoy the sights.
The views from the town are breathtaking, and you can easily see the “Great White Way” in its entirety, from the Colorado River to the Arizona border.
The view from the top of Mount Wilson is a spectacular sight, and we’ve even seen it in a photo from the site.
The park also has some amazing, unique sites.
There are many wonderful hiking and biking trails throughout the state.
We haven’t gone hiking in Arizona for quite a while, but we’ve recently visited some of the more remote, wild areas of the Rockies, and even ventured into the area where we first saw the famous “Walt Disney World” attraction in Epcot in 1987.
There are a lot more miles to be covered, but some of our favorite spots are the hiking trails, as they are usually crowded with people and offer a great opportunity to get a closer look at the natural beauty and the wildlife.
Other notable trails include the Colorado Plateau Trail in the state, which winds through the Rocky Mountains and through the beautiful Rocky Mountains National Park, and then descends to the Pacific Ocean.
It can take a while to get there, but it’s worth the effort.
The Arizona-Utah Border is another popular hiking and cycling trail, and is often the main trail for visitors to the city of Chandler.
Chandler is home for more than 5 million people, and it is known for its incredible restaurants, shopping and nightlife.
We often recommend checking out one of the many festivals held in the area, which usually feature music and food trucks, and offer many of our best hikes.
There is plenty of fun and adventure to be had in the desert.
There’s also some amazing desert hiking, but if you want something a little more scenic, head to the Baja California and the Santa Fe Desert, which is home of some of Mexico’s most stunning mountains.
There, you can enjoy some of Southern California’s most spectacular vistas in the sun or at night.
The most scenic stretch of the Bitterroot Mountains, a scenic area that includes some of America’s most beautiful waterfalls, is located in Southern California.
The Bitterroots range from beautiful canyon walls to beautiful water features, and they are a perfect place to hike, bike or paddle along the Brier.
Baja California is a great place to visit and experience some of Arizona’s best trails and waterfalls.
The area is rich in history, culture and wildflowers, and has a number of attractions to explore.
There is a whole mountain range, and many of these trails have some of these amazing waterfalls as well.
If you are a fan of food and nature, check out the beautiful mountains and desert landscapes in the San Diego area.
It’s also worth exploring the region’s many museums, as many of them feature the best in art, architecture and music.
There’s a lot to do in the region.
The cities of Baja, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego are all home to a lot, and so are the great places to explore that are also beautiful.
The San Diego region has plenty of great places, and these are just a few of the best to visit.
Be sure to check our favorite places in California, which we recommend.