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Lonely Planet Arizona New Mexico and the Grand Canyon Trips (Regional Travel Guide) Reviews Lonely Planet Arizona New Mexico and the Grand Canyon Trips (Regional Travel Guide) Reviews Cool Arizona Marketing images Cool Arizona Marketing images 3 Comments JB May 31, 2012 at 11:17 pm 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful As always, a great travel guide from Frommer, March 29, 2012By JB (Eastern USA) – This review is from: Frommer’s Arizona and the Grand Canyon 2012 (Frommer’s Color Complete) (Paperback) Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program (What’s this?)Frommer is known for putting out excellent travel guides, and Frommer’s Arizona and the Grand Canyon 2012 appears to be no exception.The major part of the guide is nine chapters covering different parts of the state, both the well known (Phoenix, Grand Canyon) and the not quite so well known (southern Arizona, eastern Arizona’s High Country, and the west “coast” of Arizona). Each chapter touches on the major towns and sites of the region, events that occur in the region, things to do or see while where, and where to stay and eat. Note that Frommers seems geared for older travelers or those with families, not for younger and/or more frugal travelers. For instance, “Places to Stay” tend to include large chain hotels and moderate to expensive resorts, and I’m not sure the word “hostel” appears anywhere in the book. And of course Frommer’s can’t possibly include all the myriad lodging and food choices of a large city like Phoenix. But IMHO the info they do provide is invaluable.There are also chapters on the best of Arizona, suggested itineraries, and planning your trip to Arizona.Although I will be using the internet quite a bit for planning an upcoming trip to Arizona, it is great to have a reference book with a load of information at your fingertips, and Frommer’s Arizona and the Grand Canyon 2012 seems like a great candidate for that purpose.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Anonymous May 31, 2012 at 11:31 pm I live in Arizona. If you’re visiting, GET THIS BOOK!, May 19, 2012By D. Baer (Mesa, AZ USA) – This review is from: Frommer’s Arizona and the Grand Canyon 2012 (Frommer’s Color Complete) (Paperback) Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program (What’s this?)As a 20+ year resident of Arizona, you wouldn’t think that I would need this book. I can say that I have driven around, across, and through most of the state, but even I learned a lot from this book. The first chapter introduces the state and provides some history that I would imagine most residents don’t even know.All told, I think this is a great book for anyone considering a visit to our fair state. The first characteristic of this product that struck me was that it is FULL color throughout. Not just a few select pages with photos, but the ENTIRE thing. There are so many beautiful places around the state, and this book has pictures that highlight each destination. Even if you’re just visiting to play golf at one of the bazillion courses in the Phoenix area, this book can help you: look up “Golf” in the index and locate the “best courses” list.What’s more is that it also has four recommended itineraries depending on the time you have available and your situation — 1 week, 2 weeks, family, or southeastern Arizona. If you’ve never been to Arizona before, hitting the 1 week route will give you a taste and get you to the major attractions. (Arizona, not Colorado, has the Grand Canyon. The Colorado River flows through the Canyon and seems to cause a lot of confusion.)For those, like myself, who spend a lot more time here, or for those who are more into nightlife than outdoor activities, this book also provides guidance on where to stay, where to eat and drink, and where you can catch plays or visit museums.This thing is packed with helpful (and spot-on) advice , reviews, and other ideas for planning your trip. Sure, you could fly to Phoenix then drive straight to the Grand Canyon, but wouldn’t you like to stop by Sedona along the way if you knew it was just a bit out of the way? Would you rather take the interstate or the scenic back way? It all depends on what interests you — and you can determine that by perusing the material in this book. To help you plan, there are many useful maps in the book, including a tear-out “pocket map.”I plan to use this book to plan my next weekend trip.Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Anonymous June 1, 2012 at 12:08 am Should be called Arizona Including The Grand Canyon, May 10, 2012By take403 – This review is from: Frommer’s Arizona and the Grand Canyon 2012 (Frommer’s Color Complete) (Paperback)I wonder why they call it Arizona & The Grand Canyon when the Grand Canyon has always been a part of Arizona? Aside from that, this travel guide seems pretty informative and well researched. It mentions restaurants, rare spots to visit (like a train ride by the Grand Canyon with actors who “rob” the train and a very steep canyon). All in all, if you’re planning a trip to anywhere in Arizona, take this guide with you!Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | CommentComments are closed.