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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.
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... to go see a doctor. Four hours and USD500 later, it appeared that Andrew was trying to spice things up with another round of bronchitis!
As we had a couple of days flexibility in our plans we decided to check out Sedona, which everyone in Arizona seemed to get gooey over, and give Andrew's drugs the chance to work their magic before we started on the more epic parts of the trip!
Driving up in ...
... on the outside of the door broke with me on the inside. I couldn't leave. A shifty looking manager came to the rescue and fiddled with a screwdriver for 15 minutes to set me free.
Once free I took a typical tourist trolley tour to get the lay of the land. It was really a beautiful landscape. The locals have given names to all the rocks because the intricate shapes look like things other than ...
The first night in the new RV was a success. No major issues with mechanics, water, cable, air conditioning, heat, sewer system....yep, we got it all on wheels (why did we even bother to rent a house in Michigan!).
I was reading through the registration packet we had picked up when we arrived last night and noticed several items highlighted in yellow. The one that caught my eye, was related to the fact I told them we had a 13 year ...
... shortly to get a bite to eat and see what is what. Sedona is such an arty little town, but so very pretty. We are most impressed with the architecture of many of the new buildings on the outskirts of the town, very contemporary and in the styles we like.
The most outstanding feature of this area, is the sheer natural beauty of everything around us. Everywhere you look is a wonderful view.
Other places to stay in Sedona
2900 Hopi Drive, Sedona | B&Bfrom $190
- Best place we've ever stayed!
- Perfect, perfect, perfect!
99 Copper Cliffs Drive, Sedona | B&B
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- We had our wedding there!
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556 Highway 179, Sedona | B&Bfrom $139
3085 W. Highway 89A, Sedona | B&Bfrom $75
65 Piki Drive, Sedona | B&Bfrom $120
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665 S Sunset Drive, Sedona | B&Bfrom $199
- Great place...horrible breakfasts
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6425 North Highway 89A, Sedona | B&Bfrom $170
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250 Red Butte Dr., Sedona | B&Bfrom $186
10 Rojo Drive, Sedona | 4 star b&bfrom $189
- Worst hotel in the world !!!! Never stay here!!!!
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- A Fabulous Place To Stay
1240 Jacks Canyon Road, Sedona | B&Bfrom $185
- An oasis
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322 Dreammaker Way, Sedona | 5 star b&bfrom $190
- Perfect B&B
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255 Rockridge Dr., Sedona | B&Bfrom $149
- Nicest B&B We Have Ever Stayed At
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376 Cedar Street, Sedona | B&Bfrom $65