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El Portal Sedona Hotel's Garden Rooftop

El Portal, Sedona’s premiere boutique hotel located in the heart of the beautiful red rock country of Arizona, announces the installation of its new green rooftop garden.

With a longstanding history of dedication to local farmers through hosting open garden spaces to produce vegetables and herbs for fresh and local meals, El Portal Sedona Hotel strives to be at the forefront of supporting sustainability initiatives in its community. The hotel continues this commitment to going green by using its rooftop to install a living green space for guests and hotel staff to visually enjoy, and reduce its carbon footprint.

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El Portal Sedona Hotel's Garden Rooftop

El Portal, Sedona’s premiere boutique hotel located in the heart of the beautiful red rock country of Arizona, announces the installation of its new green rooftop garden.

With a longstanding history of dedication to local farmers through hosting open garden spaces to produce vegetables and herbs for fresh and local meals, El Portal Sedona Hotel strives to be at the forefront of supporting sustainability initiatives in its community. The hotel continues this commitment to going green by using its rooftop to install a living green space for guests and hotel staff to visually enjoy, and reduce its carbon footprint.

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More and more people are now traveling with their pets; including them on vacations, getaways, and weekend trips. Every pet owner has concerns when considering traveling with their pets. Where to stay? How to travel? What should you expect from a hotel that claims to be pet friendly? The list of questions to answer can become quite lengthy, but with a little bit of common sense and these tips, you can plan a trip that will be fun for all! With research and planning, working your pet’s needs into every step of the itinerary is easy and conducive to a good trip for everyone. If your pet feels stressed out or poorly cared for, no one will be able to enjoy the trip.

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More and more people are now traveling with their pets; including them on vacations, getaways, and weekend trips. Every pet owner has concerns when considering traveling with their pets. Where to stay? How to travel? What should you expect from a hotel that claims to be pet friendly? The list of questions to answer can become quite lengthy, but with a little bit of common sense and these tips, you can plan a trip that will be fun for all! With research and planning, working your pet’s needs into every step of the itinerary is easy and conducive to a good trip for everyone. If your pet feels stressed out or poorly cared for, no one will be able to enjoy the trip.

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Look for these five Sedona vortex spots as you enter Sedona from the south off of Interstate 17, through the Village of Oak Creek on Highway 179.

You can start this self-guided tour at any of the points below and simply go back to the top of the list and work your way down. 

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Look for these five Sedona vortex spots as you enter Sedona from the south off of Interstate 17, through the Village of Oak Creek on Highway 179.

You can start this self-guided tour at any of the points below and simply go back to the top of the list and work your way down. 

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In an effort to bring you more targeted and topical content, we are now blogging on our individual Arizona travel sites:

Come follow us there, leave your comments and let us know what you think about the all-new look and feel of each of our websites.

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Arizona made a deal with the Department of the Interior to reopen Grand Canyon National Park for 7 days starting Saturday, October 12 through October 18. Visitors as well as Grand Canyon area business, tour operators, and park employees should be happy about the news, even if it could be only temporary.

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Arizona made a deal with the Department of the Interior to reopen Grand Canyon National Park for 7 days starting Saturday, October 12 through October 18. Visitors as well as Grand Canyon area business, tour operators, and park employees should be happy about the news, even if it could be only temporary.

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We published this on our site, theCanyon.com today:

Arizona made a deal with the Department of the Interior to reopen Grand Canyon National Park for 10 days starting Saturday, October 12 through October 18. Visitors as well as Grand Canyon area business, tour operators, and park employees should be happy about the news, even if it could be only temporary.

Read the full story on theCanyon.com »
Governor Jan Brewer Meme - I Don't Always Say "Thanks, Jan" But When I Do, It's Because She ReOpened The Grand Canyon

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