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RTX Weekend Escape | Scottsdale, Arizona

RTX Weekend Escape | Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale combines the flavor of the American southwest with trendy arts, shopping, architecture and outdoor adventure.

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Amazing Exchanges | RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21

Amazing Exchanges | RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21

Ready to start planning your next exchange vacation? In each issue of RTX Traveler, our Exchange Concierge team shares some of the top spots where RTX members can exchange for their next vacation

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Charming Downtowns | RTX Traveler Issue 20 Exclusive Destinations

Charming Downtowns | RTX Traveler Issue 20 Exclusive Destinations

Nestled at the base of the 300,000-acre Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg is appropriately nicknamed the “Gateway to the Smokies.” With three entrances to the park from downtown and numerous roads and trails leading into the park, there are endless opportunities for outdoor recreation in the area. The bustling downtown lies in a valley between the mountains, and has tons of gift shops, restaurants, bars and fun stuff to do. Take the gondola at Ober Gatlinburg for a spectacular view up the mountain.

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Five Amazing Exchanges | RTX Traveler Issue 15

Five Amazing Exchanges | RTX Traveler Issue 15

Fun in the sun is the theme of these fabulous destinations, with great spots for families, a tropical escape, or an adventure to remember.

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Spring 2013 | RTX Traveler Magazine

Spring 2013 | RTX Traveler Magazine

Situated on opposite sides of the country, these two destinations are about as different as can be in some ways. Vast desert landscapes and stunning red rock formations surround chic and sunny Scottsdale, while lush coastal scenery changes with four distinct seasons in charming Williamsburg.

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Golf & Spa Resorts | Scottsdale | RTX Traveler Magazine

Golf & Spa Resorts | Scottsdale | RTX Traveler Magazine

With 51 golf courses located in Scottsdale’s city limits and an additional 156 courses in the surrounding area, it’s easy to see why desert golf is so popular here. Perhaps the only thing that can compete with golf as a top draw to Scottsdale is the healing and restorative power of the Sonoran Desert, which has translated to arguably more spas per capita than any other city in the country. Luckily for visitors, world-class golf courses and spas can often be found within a few steps of one another.

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Scottsdale Art & Culture

Scottsdale Art & Culture

Scottsdale’s thriving arts and cultural scene is inspired by everything from Native American history to the scenic desert landscapes to modern and contemporary influences. Visit www.scottsdalearts.org for more information about the area’s arts and cultural attractions.

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Cowboy Ciao‘s Stetson Chopped Salad | Scottsdale

Cowboy Ciao‘s Stetson Chopped Salad | Scottsdale

Cowboy Ciao’s Stetson Chopped Salad is a favorite dish among Scottsdale locals and visitors alike. The local hot spot shared their recipe with RTX Traveler so that you can enjoy this dish any time you like.

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Nightlife in Scottsdale

Nightlife in Scottsdale

Scottsdale’s nightlife offers a wide range of experiences from casual country to festive southwestern to trendy and chic. Often those experiences can be found in one place, making for a fun filled evening that anyone would enjoy. Here we highlight six spots in Old Town with a variety of atmosphere and ambiance that is sure to please even the pickiest patrons.

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Spring Season Scottsdale Baseball

Spring Season Scottsdale Baseball

Scottsdale’s ideal spring sunshine and warm temperatures start as early as the end of February, perfectly coinciding with the Cactus League’s spring training schedule. Baseball fans get an early start cheering for their favorites as 15 major league teams train in Scottsdale and Phoenix each year. As many as 11 games can be scheduled in a single day during this time, guaranteeing visitors to the area a good time during the game and plenty of places to celebrate – or nurse bruised egos – after the last inning.

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