Ghost City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... miners). The place was charming with unbelievable plants and meandering garden paths. The owner has a koi pond where the fish eat out of her hand. I put my hand in the pond to pet the fish! Imagine that! There are lots of art galleries, unique shops and quaint restaurants in the town, many with amazing views across the Verde Valley.
Jerome was built on a side of a hill which makes it even more fun to visit. We had to take a very winding road to get there with an elevation of 5,300 ...
... what she thinks will be her last for the day. I hope we can tolerate the dinner tonight. Something we're taking note of here while she's being monitored so closely, is that her oxygen level is adequate/normal most of the time. So her "downswings" are not due to the PAH or lung dysfunction. It's something else - Dr. Helms is cogitating about it frequently. The saving grace of dinner was that Joshua (youngest chef) made roasted garlic ...
... we went to go eat something. Finally, we got to the hotel and just chilled on the deck and then went to bed. We spent the night in a lodge and had no tv or ac. It was so quiet out there on our deck. After dark, we heard 3 horses running loose and they came right under our ...
... and new ones. When we were in Jerome one of the wine store guys told us that there were just as many wineries in this area as in CA.
Sedona is a tourist mecca but the red rock sites are spectacular. The city is named for the founding mans wife as when he applied for a post office in town he was going to use his last name but they would not accept. We always like to be near the sites and looking for roads to take us closer to them so we took some of ...
... was the talk of the Territory, a boom town of its time, the darling of promoters and investors. One investor (Phelps-Dodge) offered $30,000 for a mine that was being sold for 300,000 in 1888. He missed out changing his bid a day too late. When the mine came up for sale again many years later, he paid $21million for it
Jerome's mines finally closed in 1953 and today the town hosts artists and photographers and many day ...