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Travel Blogs from Sedona
... Frank Lloyd Wright, was aborted due to the outbreak of World War II, she decided to build the church in her native region.
It overlooks the valley from a commanding position high in the mountains and is a wonderful building. It breathes peace and was the next place to leave a little of NIck behind.
Kate was hungry again, so it was home to have a picnic and a sort out, which was interrupted by a noisy and insistent fire alarm, which I was going ...
... was a park ranger giving a talk and we finally found the difference between a park and a monument....A National Park is a larger land area and it is protecting several sources like the Grand Canyon and a National Monument is smaller area of land and protecting a single source like this one.
We then moved up the road to Montezumas Well. This is technically a sinkhole with a spring that has been here as long as the people as there are cliff dwellings on ...
Activity: explored Oak Creek from Campground
Meals: Lunch - Mesa Grill at Sedona Airport - $32.00
Sleep: Manzanita Campground (4,500') - $20.00 lovely little campground (about 20 sites?), tents and campers only. It is first come, first served and quiet. No ...
... a nearby reservation were selling handcrafts and souvenirs.
The trip ended in Flagstaff with snow capped Humphreys Peak in the distance before we reversed our direction and retraced our route back to Phoenix.
The amazing part of the Phoenix - Sedona - Flagstaff trip is the five distinct climate, elevation, geologic and geographic zones you pass through in about 150 miles.
... easy to relate to being an Australian. Driving into Sedona I could see the red rocks from a distance and it was around sunset so it was just beautiful. Sedona also is a very new town and it's economy is derived from tourism, with approximately 4 million visitors a year and a population of 17,000. It is considered to be the day hike capital of the USA - which I managed to experience during my short stay. In Sedona I stayed in a self contained apartment which I selected as ...
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