Hacienda de la Mariposa Bed and Breakfast Resort
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... to scramble over and climb up rocks, some I slip down on my butt as its easier, all the while the river is tumbling on, it's really beautiful and nobody about. On and on we go, it's getting a lot harder in some places but then we can see a huge cave to our right and ahead the natural stone arch with the waterfall pouring down, spectacular. There's an old guy there who has come down some steps the easy way to our right (that we don't know ...
... from Fernie who told us they'd stayed in a great campground in Page. Oh well - maybe next time! It always seems to be the case that after a night in a bad campground we discover we could have driven a short distance to a great one!
The main highway was closed and we were diverted onto a secondary highway. The GPS was directing us to continue on that road but at one point ...
... and 1425 AD. The main structure comprises five stories and twenty rooms, and was built over the course of three centuries.Neither part of the monument's name is correct. When European-Americans ...
Awesome day all around. We spent the morning visiting Montezumas Castle in Cape Verde Arizona and then visited a wonderful rescue wildlife park in the afternoon.
Montezuma's Castle is a 600 year old housing complex built into the rock face.
Montezuma's Castle has nothing to do with the historical figure that we all know as Montezuma. It was thought to be related to the Aztecs by the first discovers who named it after ...
Located geographically in the center of Arizona, the Verde
Valley is nestled between 2 protected lands.
The Verde River and Valley got their names from early Spanish explorers
because of the green cover of the vegetation that dominates the river
In the glory days of the Iron Horse, the train station was a
bustling hub in small towns across the west.
Tucked into a hillside where ...