Readers of her blog know Kathy Rudolph Petrino to be an enthusiastic traveler, someone who is eager to see as much of the world as possible. Those readers are grateful because Kathy also has a generous spirit and truly likes to write about every travel experience she has. She does this because she truly wants to make it possible for everyone to have the same great travel experiences, with fewer glitches.
That desire extends to one of Kathy Rudolph Petrino’s favorite destinations, which is the small town of Sedona, in Arizona. She believes this small town in the desert may be one of the most spiritually enlightening destinations in the world. While Sedona has been growing in popularity in recent decades, a lot of travelers put it off as a destination because it’s too trendy, which often translates to too expensive. Kathy Rudolph Petrino shows readers how to see Sedona on the cheap. For example, she notes that just walking up and down Sedona streets can be fun because downtown Sedona features many really nice shops and restaurants. Visitors should also check out Sedona’s famous spiritual “vortexes,” a remnant of Sedona’s past as the center of a New Age movement.