The Perfect Day in Sedona: A One Day Itinerary

Famous for its vibrant art scene, iconic red rocks, supposedly healing vortexes, and breathtaking hikes, Sedona is without a doubt one of the most beautiful spots in the US. Just outside the edges of the Sonoran desert, in the heart of Arizona, you’ll find this small yet charming town. Sedona is a very popular day trip destinations for locals from nearby  cities, including Phoenix, Vegas, Flagstaff, and more. Over Labour Day weekend this year my family and I took a day trip up to Sedona from Phoenix – so, to help out any of you planning to do something similar, this post will be a one day itinerary to Sedona. Throughout it I’ll essentially be showing you how to have the perfect day in the charming Arizona town, starting with an exciting activity in the morning and in the evening some serene sightseeing.

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Red Rock Country: A Guide to Sedona, Arizona

Surrounded by stunning red sandstone rocks along with breathtaking canyons and mountains is Sedona, a small town in central Arizona. Home to four vortexes, special spots considered to be places of healing, reflection and growth, the town invites many spiritual tourists. Sedona is located between Arizona’s capital and the state’s famous Grand Canyon, making it the perfect stop for a quick day trip from either of those two spots. In this post you’ll read all you’d ever need to know about Sedona, including info on weather, transportation, accommodation, attractions and more in this picturesque destination.

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A Guide to Sedona’s Red Rocks

Sedona, just two hours from both Phoenix and the Grand Canyon, is a small Arizona town known for its breathtaking red rock formations. Considered one of the prettiest places in the US, all throughout the town you’ll find scenic backdrops and shots. As some of the formations in the town are considered to be vortexes, or energy centres that are said to aid in healing, Sedona is overall considered a very sacred and powerful place. From Snoopy Rock to Airport Mesa, there are tons of amazing formations to be seen throughout Sedona, which I will be writing all about in this post!

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Phoenix Art Museum

Located in the capital of Arizona, the Phoenix Art Museum is the southwest US’ largest art museum. Established in 1959, the museum is home to historical, contemporary, modern, cultural and more different types of art. It displays over 19,000 pieces, from dozens of countries throughout the world. The Phoenix Art Museum is home to a permanent collection as well as a rotating calendar of unique exhibits that are only open for a few months of the year. In this post I’ll be writing an overall guide to this museum, with info on pretty everything you’d need to know about it before visiting.

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Neighbourhood Guide: Toronto’s Chinatown

One of the largest of its kind outside of Asia, Toronto’s Chinatown is a vibrant neighbourhood consisting of dozens of Chinese and East Asian restaurants and businesses. From delicious Peking duck to beautiful Coconut buns, there’s tons to be discovered in this neighbourhood. The city’s main Chinatown, the one this post is focused on, is centred around Spadina and Dundas, though throughout the rest of Toronto and the GTA there are many other large East Asian communities. As I’m half Chinese, Chinatown is one of my favourite spots in the city as well as a place I’m often at, so I thought it’d be fun to write a neighbourhood guide about it, which is what this post is!

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