Sedona Bear Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... illegally on either side of the road and in the scenic stop offs, to climb down to the river for a swim and picnic. It was outrageous and very dangerous, we are shocked that the police haven't put a stop to it. It was literally swarmed with people everywhere that it ruined the beauty of this canyon. We noticed multimillion dollar homes on the cliff sides and could imagine the complete choas they say on their highly expensive mountainside homes. Really something should be ...
... of her pre-adult life. She was relocating from LA to New York to meet her biological mother for the first time and start a new life with her family in the Big Apple.
A middle aged man riding across the country to meet up with his estranged siblings at the funeral of their recently deceased mother.
A young man in his early thirties just out of drama school in LA and about to launch his new acting career in New York. He was stopping ...
... travelling but that didn't stop us from name dropping every place we had ever visited on 'previous holidays,' and also that we are visiting Rio de Janeiro for New Years for a 'short winter break.' The woman couldn't believe it when we told her we couldn't afford the initial $80,000 investment, especially after we told her we were staying in the 5* Fairmont Hotel in San Fransisco (thank Paul & Jean). What an unexpected and eventful 24 ...
... to have more clean clothes, but our site was so close, I just did it. Starting to feel like the end is near and tomorrow will not be full of excitement. I guess I just want to straighten out the laundry and pack some bags tonight to be ahead, and fully enjoy our next and last great adventure on this trip. Getting a little sad that it's almost over... Dreamed and planned this for so long. Josh looks at it like yeah and it was great so we should be happy... ...
... is still in it's natural state. Particularly out West, there's so much land that appears not to have human intervention, except for the road the cuts through. The land here is peculiar, too -- in Arches there are petrified sand dunes, and driving north from Moab to Salt Lake City it appears that the mountain range is made of the same thing (though I don't know this is true). Cross your fingers for a easy, though long (6 hours today) drive into SLC, following by fireworks to celebrate the ...