Comfi Cottages of Flagstaff

Address: 3365 N Antler Crossing, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 3365 N Antler Crossing, Flagstaff, is near Museum of Northern Arizona, Pioneer Museum, and Coconino Center for the Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

    Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell & the Colorado River

    A travel blog entry by david_rana on May 24, 2015

    11 photos

    Memorial Day (equivalent to Anzac Day) long weekend holiday forced a change in our schedule as we could not get accommodation in Page on Lake Powell for Sunday night. We booked instead in Flagstaff but still drove via Page to check out Lake Powell and surrounding area. The Glen Canyon Dam that has created Lake Powell by damming the Colorado River had a wonderful visitors centre ...

    Supai and Havasu Canyon

    A travel blog entry by moose7200 on Dec 21, 2014

    13 photos

    ... people, and if they ever fell, it would mean that the Supai would have to leave the area. encountered a friendly horse that interacted with me over the wire that she was held behind.



    We saw three waterfalls after the village on the way to the campground. The first one was a 50-foot fall. It was surrounded by travetine, a rock deposit that forms over a thousand years because of limestone deposits and flowing water.
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    Arizona - land of the RV

    A travel blog entry by reids on Oct 12, 2014

    28 photos

    ... lightest, you're screwed, so eat up and drink as much water as you can before the weigh in to guarantee yourself more favourable seating.

    In this case the helicopter seated 6 passengers, with one next to the pilot, 2 back to back with them, and then a row of three. I was wedged in the middle between Vaughan and this absolute fatty which meant besides being incredibly squashed I couldn't see very much of the Canyon.

    Vaughan had a better experience ...

    Sunset Crater & Wupatki

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 06, 2014

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... to many of the Puebloan peoples in the Four Corners) featuring a symbolic sipapu hole in their ceremonial kivas. Seeing the matriarchal Hopi society, I'd always chalked up the sipapu legend as a wonderful metaphor for the miracle of birth...until I encountered that blowhole. Otherworldly.



    It was a good day.
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    Hiltons and Marriotts please!

    A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jun 14, 2014

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... problem was that they needed to be warmed up in a micro and concrete tent situations don't exactly provide that luxury. Plan B was a gas station, not only to fill up for our trek across the desert, but to buy juice and coffee so we figured that gave us free use of the pit stop micro. It actually worked great and we all enjoyed our sweet, gooey treat on the curb.

    Now that we were nourished, it was time to get educated. We headed ...