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Scottsdale AZ Ranks 4th On Americas Top 100 Cities For A Staycation
Dated: August 6 2015
Organizing a Staycation in your home town can be the perfect solution to relax and recharge your batteries without spending a boat load of money. Everyone loves to go on vacation, but sometimes we just don't have the budget for it. Planning out a staycation, even if for just a night with your spouse, can be a great way to simulate a vacation and save some dough. Maybe the kids need a break from the usual weekend activities and they are starting to drive you crazy?. Whatever the case, more and more people are choosing to explore their own city rather than travel a great distance.
For those of you living in the Greater Phoenix area, we are all familiar with 115 degree heat during our summer months. This usually prompts residents to drive to Flagstaff, Sedona, or Payson for the weekend to get away from the heat and into a more tolerable climate... which is a great option since these types of trips can be done without even having to spend a night. However, when was the last time you really took the time to spend a night somewhere else in Phoenix and explore your home town? Lucky for you, 3 cities in Greater Phoenix were recently named on the list of top 100 cities in America to spend a Staycation, according to www.wallethub.com.
Scottsdale, AZ came in ranking at #4 on the list! Also making an appearance in the top 100 cities for a Staycation were Chandler, AZ and Glendale, AZ. Don't live in Phoenix? See your Staycation city rankings on the list here.
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