Rose Tree Inn

Address: 376 Cedar Street, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 376 Cedar Street, Sedona, is near Cathedral Rock, Airport Mesa, Evening Sky Tours, and Main Street.
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      Travel Blogs from Sedona

      The Really Grand Canyon

      A travel blog entry by gmjoja on Nov 05, 2014

      2 comments

      ... Apparently, "really cool people" gather somewhere and watch the moon rise and then play all kind of instruments. He -- and I am not making this up -- tried playing his one instrument but it was a banjo and it "just doesn't work with the mood." I'm sorry I missed that.

      We saw the Painted Desert from the perch of a tower built by Mary Colter, a strong-willed, fiercely independent, chain smoking architect (an accomplishment in itself ...

      "The Graham Canyon"

      A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... RV Campground. While doing so we had the displeasure of not only having to drive through Flagstaff but also stop and pick up a case of water. I say displeasure because we had no idea how terrible these drivers were, not to mention clueless. Needless to say, we couldn't be happier to get out of that hell hole and on to the scenic highway 89-alternate.

      Highway 89a was very scenic and I am glad we ...

      Spontaneous Detours

      A travel blog entry by laurabcampbell on Apr 29, 2014

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      ... There was nothing but a straight road for hundreds of miles. After a hundred miles or so, we kept passing sings for Chloride. We had absolutely no idea what Chloride was in this context. After about seven more signs we finally took a turn towards Chloride. Chloride turned out to be a ghost town in Arizona. It was just another dot on the map, and we had no idea why it was there. We went ...

      Day trip to Sedona

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... need to turn around. I find a spot on the twisting road and head back up to the lookout. The view was just amazing. The canyon was wide and a few thousand feet deep. I admired the view and looked at the merchandise the local Indians were selling and moved on, excited by this drive into the canyon. I follow the twisting blacktop as it snaked the edge of the canyon until it was in the canyon floor. Driving between the trees and seeing the red and orange canyon wall tower high above ...

      The glory of the Red Rocks

      A travel blog entry by elainesj on Dec 14, 2013

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      ... br> Stopped for a couple of pictures ar Bell Eock and Courthouse Butte. Then into town where we had a delicious lunch at Wildflower Bread Company. Bread baked fresh daily meant an increible grilled cheese sandwich and a toasted vegetable frittata.

      Then on yo Sedona Heritage Museum ewhich was holding a free open house. Interesting to learn about abt a pioneer family that built an orchard. Particularly rnjuyed the barbershop chorus that performed.

      Tool a ...