Fall Inn to Nature
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... beautiful and awe inspiring.
On September 19 we came to Sedona after finding a hotel that would accommodate the canine Beckers. Although we are bummed that our trip was interrupted in such an annoying and expensive way we are very grateful to be stuck in one of the most spectacular places in the world. We are in love with Sedona and will be telling and showing you a lot of it in the next week or so.
... that can look at stars and planets extremely far away
... descend into the canyon on the Island Trail - get up close to the dwellings. The trick, of course, being the 240 steps to climb on the way out. About halfway down, my mom expresses a concern that she will not make it back up to the rim. My strategy: "if you survive this hike, we'll get ice cream." Joking.
... recently as the early settlers killed of the original population. On the way back we passed some Mormon girls and after explaining what a Condor was Rick asked if he could take a photo of them in their interesting clothes. They agreed but only from behind. It was easy to speak with the older girls but the younger ones stared in terror at Rick. Strange that they had no concept of a condor but there are no condors in the big book of stories. Driving through the Native ...
... made from a pine tree to celebrate our nation's centennial in 1876. The City is a year-round mecca for visitors and many Arizonans maintain second homes here … then we traveled on to Gray Mountain 256 mi … not bad for the first day out.
Connie had caught the preview of Disney’s Bears… So we found ...