Lantern Light Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... the flow.
They returned to the area about 100 years after the eruption and seemed to consolidate their living arrangements into these ruins that housed individual families and groups. The largest structure had about 100 rooms. They farmed small plots where they could conserve water in this hostile desert environment. There was no irrigation possible so they had to rely on springs or catchment basins. Even with these ...
... rhythm which I loved. (The road was pretty empty in both directions and at no point did I cross the center line.)
3. Sedona - The Hippies are Coming!
Sedona is a mashup of Wild West, Art, Mexican and Glastonbury. There are Rib and Steak BBQ Grills where waiters wear cowboy hats and Tex-Mex restaurants, and 'art' ranging from the little-'a' artsy-crafty touristy gifty shoppe stuff to the big-'A' expensive art galleries. And then there are the ...
... high grill . Resisted the burgers this time and had some chicken wings and sandwiches plus some Arizona beer .
In the evening we went to Tlaquepaque which is the most amazing area of art shops and cool restaurants and just a stones throw from the hotel (did I tell you what a fab location this hotel is) and went to the most romantic restaurant in Sedona called Rene's. OK we resisted ...
One word to those who haven't been to the Grand Canyon: Go.
I won't even try to decribe its beauty, manificence, enormous-ness. Created over 2 billion years you see layers of color created by crashing plates, massive volcanoes, monsoons and the Colorado River. One huge layer of golden rock means it was a desert for a few million years.
It is understandably one of the 7 Wonders of the world.
On a perfect day with crisp ...
... inner peace.
Not deterred, we stopped at Petrified Forest National Park in northeastern Arizona. The park is split into distinct regions: the Painted Desert, Puerco Pueblo, the Blue Mesa and the Crystal/Rainbow Forest with a scenic drive connecting them.
At the Visitor's Center, the park ranger helped us plan out our visit. She patiently walked us through the map while ...