Saturday, February 4

Tag: tourism


Biggest, brightest light displays this holiday season | Arts & Entertainment

The Valley isn’t exactly a frosty, winter wonderland, but there are a few places that go so above and beyond in their holiday decorations that it truly does feel like being in the North Pole when visiting.While this certainly isn’t a comprehensive list, these are a few of the largest, most decorative and award-winning locations in the Valley to go walkin’ in a winter wonderland.Christmas at the PrincessThis year marks the 13th consecutive year the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess has transformed its 65 acres into the spectacular winter wonderland that is Christmas at the Princess. With 6.5 million lights, a 6,000-square-foot desert ice skating rink, fire pits for ...
The Other Guy l Technology takes a bath | Columnists

The Other Guy l Technology takes a bath | Columnists

With the Candidate Forum firmly in the rearview mirror, the beginning of school rapidly approaching and the Primary Election right around the corner, the kids and I knew a brief getaway was in order.In typical Bryan family fashion, we took a jet-setting mini-vacation to Orlando. It wasn’t really jet-setting since it was a last-minute decision and we went by car.In today’s tech-savvy society, planning and executing a last-minute trip is a lot easier than it was when I was a child. Mini-getaways took months of planning for my parents. Get more from the Citrus County Chronicle ...