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Coisas para fazer em Globe

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Grocery or Supermarket
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“What's not to love about Safeway, especially when it is just a block away. ”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Jewelry Store
“The Pickle Barrel Trading Post (404 S. Broad Street) is opened seven days a week and offers Old West shopping with a fantastic selection of Native American art, Sleeping Beauty turquoise, local and Southwest tourist items, copper splash, yard art, and vintage/antique collectables. ”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Americano
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“Great breakfast options: I love their quiche selections and stuffed french toast.”
5 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
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“Casual atmosphere with an outside patio (both dog-friendly and offers patio games) for great hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, rice bowls, and hand-mixed shakes in fun flavors (420 Hill Street, open Monday to Saturday) .”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“This is one of the top ten places to see in the state of Arizona. Interesting video and tour of the Pueblo tribe that lived in the area. Great small gift shop on site.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“!00+year old saloon will take you back in time, with pool tables, darts, and shuffle board. Serves some food.”
4 moradores locais recomendam
Grocery or Supermarket
“If you need to find foods to fit a vegan, or international flavor, Fry's is the place to go. Decent selection of items that are otherwise hard to find PLUS an expanded organic produce section make this a good choice. ”
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Parque
“This former mine is now a park with trails, mining artifacts, over 200 educational signs, a mining-themed playground, and a 9-hole disc golf course. Free and open dawn to dusk. Plan on 30 minutes for a quick exercise stop and up to 2 hours if you want to read all the signs and see all the artifacts or have kids who want to enjoy the 100' zipline and life-sized mule climber and mining tunnel. Please note: there are no facilities past the entrance and very little shade.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“Artisan coffees and home-baked pastries, usually including gluten-free and/or paleo options. Nice setting to hang out and work on your computer.”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Excellent Asian fusion food in a nice setting. Back patio has heaters and a fire pit to keep you warm in the winter. One of my favorite restaurants.”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Point of Interest
“An interesting stop for art and history lovers is the old Gila County Courthouse, now the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts (101 N. Broad Street). This beautiful building has been restored entirely by volunteers and features an amazing staircase with copper bannisters. It has multiple floors showcasing local artists with paintings, handcrafts, fabric art, pottery, drama, music, dance, and other forms of expressive arts. There are no admission costs and art is for sale.”
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Loja de variedades
“Simply Sarah’s (currently at 386 N. Broad Street and soon to be moving to 661 S. Broad Street) bills itself as a “lifestyle store” with high-end women’s boutique clothing, gifts, and kitchen items. Depending on how gifted a shopper you are, I would plan on 30-60 minutes. ”
3 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“Museum located in the Old Dominion Mine Rescue building. Affordable, small but packed with info.”
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Parque
“If you want to hike and love experiencing desert flora and fauna, I recommend a stop at Round Mountain Park (it’s a little tricky to find, so look for Denny’s Restaurant, then go northeast on South Street until it becomes a dirt road that ends at the park entrance). This free park offers several miles of trails, with lots of steep climbs for cardiovascular stimulation. If you go to the top of the West Trail, you will reach the flagpole summit with a 360-degree view of Globe (a great place to head after our rare snowstorms!). I love Boulder Canyon for its colorful rocks and interesting trail. For kids, I highly recommend the shorter Bullseye Trail with lots of little caves and eroded rock”
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Restaurante
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Bar
“Great neighborhood bar which attracts a variety of ages and occasionally has live music on the weekends.”
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