Desert Rose Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... when all you do is have lots of fun.
We have had quite a busy time since we left Zion. Really enjoyed the cliff dwelling site and the ruins at Tazigoot. Makes you thankful for our current living styles. The trip to the Grand Canyon was great. It is really amazing to think of how it was formed and the forces of nature. It is just beautiful to see. Went to the top of the ...
... surrounding the area. There is a small museum at the site and you can view the site and the ruins from the path below. In the past, up until about 1960's they actually let people climb all over the ruins but this was causing a lot of damage so it is no longer allowed. It was pretty amazing to see and you wonder how they built it and what life was like as there is actually different types of wood beams in the structure that don't grow anywhere near the site. ...
... The dwellings were built and used by the Sinagua people, a pre-Columbian culture closely related to the Hohokam and other indigenous peoples of the southwestern United States, between ...
... As we amble on to the gate, they quickly rush us on to another flight because of deteriorating conditions. Luckily our friends didn't mind waiting for us.
We finally were able to get the car load 8 pieces of luggage and 6 people and off to Sedona. We arrived and it was surprisingly cool ...
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We head out from there, with about 90 mins. to go before we stop for the day. We head on over the mountains and arrive at our destination. We are staying as guest of the Yavapai-Apache nation, on the reservation. We are staying beside an old indian travel route that the Apache call "Interstate 17", in the Apache camping area......called an RV resort. Across the old travel route from us is the livelihood for ...