They're both kind of boring, but Glendale's better because you're closer to all the fun cities (Phoenix, Tempe, etc.). If you moved to Tucson, you'd have to drive pretty far to get to Phoenix. Plus, Glendale has the Cardinals Stadium and Coyote Stadium at the Westgate Center. Even if you're not into sports, Westgate's still a pretty fun place to hang out or catch a movie. Tucson has a few fun places, but after a while, it gets pretty boring. If you're in Glendale, you have more places close by that you can explore. After all, you can always drive down to Tucson on the rare occassion you can't find anything to do in or around Glendale.
· 9 years ago