Center for Conscious Living Bed & Breakfast

Address: 2476 Quail Run Road, Cottonwood, Arizona, 86326, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cottonwood

History Abounds Everywhere

A travel blog entry by glen_linda on May 31, 2015

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... feet on Cleopatra Hill overlooking Verde Valley. Back in the 1920’s, Jerome was home to more than 10,000. As of the 2010 census, its population was a mere 444.

Mining was the main reason for the existence of Jerome. The US Verde Mine extracted ore bearing copper, gold, silver and other metals. The copper deposits discovered in the Jerome vicinity were among the richest ever found in any time or place. The Little Daisy ...

Camp Verde to cottonwood 17 miles

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 11, 2015

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That fall yesterday by the river has really caused a problem with my coccyx, it's really painful today so I take some ibuprofen and after the usual rubbish breakfast we went to Camp Verde state park and asked in the visitor centre if there was fishing there, she said no but there was at Dead Horse Ranch state park in Cottonwood, so off we went. It's a real pain that the Sienna doesn't have a temperature gauge as I never know how hot it is outside, I mean it has ...

Montezuma and the Wild West

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Jan 10, 2015

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... through the ruins to the top of the site. We also learnt that when the ruins were excavated a number of burials were located and that the children are buried under the floor of the rooms. The burials have been left intact and the sight is managed in conjunction with the Native Americans to ensure that the proper respect is given to the site.

From here we continued to the town of Jerome which was once dubbed the 'Wickedest Town in the West' and also known ...

Camp Verde, AZ

A travel blog entry by 5thwheel13 on Nov 05, 2014

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... the ruins in the 1860s, by then long-abandoned, they named them for the famous Aztec emperor Montezuma in the mistaken belief that he had been connected to their construction (see also Montezuma mythology).

A couple days in Sedona

A travel blog entry by clendenens on Apr 16, 2014

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... while we were passing through the area, and it wasn't disappointing. Slide Rock is in the Oak Creek area, which is really beautiful. There's a natural waterslide in the creek there and a couple swimming holes, and it's all in a valley with green pines and red rocks. Since we had the dogs with us, we really couldn't do much around the water, so we planned on trying to stay close and come back the next day.

There's a campground on the same road that ...

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