It depends on your preferences in terms of population density, access to conveniences, geography, and weather. Basically, if you are looking at population and convenience, probably the Phoenix or Tucson areas are the best places for you. If geography is important, then the northern sector from Prescott to the Grand Canyon may be best. If you like isolation, then the eastern sectors or southeastern sector is more attractive. Weather-wise, the area around Flagstaff or down in the southeastern mountains will offer some of the best climatic shifts. Thanks. WB
If you are going to ask me I will advise you to go to Yuma, Arizona. The place is so nice.
It depends on your lifestyle and socio-economic status. I moved to Tucson seven years ago and there are definite pros and cons to living in Tucson, AZ.
Pros include: great culture, great climate, great food, great music scene, great art scene, good bicycle riding paths, great scenery and outdoor activities, good air quality, OK cost of living and you can buy a home or condo for good prices right now as the housing market is glutted with homes that aren't selling.
Cons include: absurd politics (in Tucson and AZ), very poor educational systems, shaky infrastructure, dreadful transportation infrastructure (in Tucson), significant crime problems, high poverty and un and under employment, poor access to quality health care and the housing market is one of the worst in the country (AZ in general).
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TUCSON A Tucson taco restaurant already has served up python, alligator, elk, kangaroo, rattlesnake and turtle.What's next? Lion meat.Boca Tacos y Tequila says it's accepting prepaid orders for African lion tacos,...
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I was wondering if anyone can recommend some restuarants in Tucson that a new visitor needs to check out that would otherwise never visit since they are new to the area.
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Based on the following map, why is Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada the blue oasis surrounded by a sea of red crimson. Would anyone care to speculate as to why these states are politically different from their...
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