Mt. Elden Bed and Breakfast

4955 N. Yarrow Trail, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 4955 N. Yarrow Trail, Flagstaff, is near Museum of Northern Arizona, Pioneer Museum, and Coconino Center for the Arts.
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Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

Heading to the Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by corymontogmery on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... Cruces we had to go through a boarder patrol check point. All they asked us was if we were US citizens (we said yes but who would have said no?!). Driving through New Mexico was VERY HOT! We drove through a couple of national parks which were beautiful. Then on into Arizona. In Arizona we passed the Petrified Forest and drove along ...

The biggest of them all

A travel blog entry by b_btravel on May 13, 2014

1 comment, 74 photos

... since we left New York. Most people in the Midwest have been locals or some version of and to be honest I think I like them better. But despite the fact I had to share my Grand Canyon experience with other people it was still quite spectacular and watching the sunset over the Grand Canyon is something that I think everyone has to do in their lifetime. It helps you to remember that you are just one small part of the history of this amazing planet ...

On the Road Again! Destination: National Parks

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... is the Navajo Nation Generating Station http://www.ngspower.com/latest.aspx, a coal-fired steam plant with an output capability of 2,250,000 kilowatts.

Hwy 89 washed out with a huge slide in the fall of 2013 just south of Page AZ so we’re forced to take a 30 mile detour around the slide on a some secondary ...

Buckeye to Flagstaff CIA Phoenix 173miles

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Mar 06, 2014

... lots of stuff we didn't know like the Indian children were all forced to go to boarding schools always far away from their parents so that contact was impossible. They had their hair cut, their Indian clothes taken away and were taught English and punished for talking in their native tongue all to get their 'savage' ways removed - the last school didn't close till the 1980s! Went back afterwards to say bye and thank you to Evelyn for ...

Tuesday

A travel blog entry by tripleb on Dec 31, 2013

26 photos

We traveled on a scenic byway through Sedona to Camp Verde where we meet my Aunt Alta and her husband David for lunch. The blue skies made the red rocks and white snow pop. Lunch at Johnny Rockets with the family at Cliff Castle Casino. Brent played one dollar and won nothing. We made a few stops along the way...Montezuma Castle National Monument and Mormon Lake. Dinner was back in Flagstaff at another local brewery...Lumberyard Brewery. ...

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