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December in Arizona -- warm places?

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For a family vacation involving some elderly parents (and active kids), I've been told that Sedona, while gorgeous, will be just too chilly. We come from the northeast, so we don't need more chilly weather! Yet I love Arizona and would love to find a place to stay. Could anyone tell me which area in Arizona would combine natural beauty (no golf necessary), access to healthcare if necessary, and warm-ish weather? Or am I asking too much? Do we have to go to southern Florida to be warm in the USA in December? Thanks!


[PS: As a newcomer to this site, I think I accidentally posted it to the general US section instead of to the Arizon section. Sorry about that. I'll try to delete the first one in order to avoid duplication.]

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