Inn on Oak Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInn on Oak Creek Sedona
This Place is amazing - right on the river with the most stunning views , attentive service and just round the corner from art galleries and restaurants. I woke up this morning and saw an otter . swimming outside my room - like how cool is that !
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23/3 Long tiring drive for Las vegas - rather ambitious to hit the road so quickly after such a long flight but here now for 3 nights so hopefully sometime to relax before the next leg of the journey. Had our 2nd lot of burgers at the local micro brewery- sorry Gordon they where better than yours!
24/3 Wow woke up and saw an otter in the …
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... she then tells me very firmly, "I am not buying anything else, Alison, you must stop me."
the he drive from there on the I17 North was a pleasure, snaking round and up and through mountains, as we left cactus land behind and climbed back into the hills, past the Black Canyon and Montezuma country. Lovely.
Our petrol stop was just off the highway, in Montezuma country, where we once more faced this odd situation of encoding beforehand how much petrol we were going to ...
... and Roger. Very serene and inspiring there. (Brie - this is where the vortex stone we got you is from.) :o)
Roger was sitting on the patio later (elevating his ankle, which he turned over climbing down from the vortex), eating peanuts and making friends with two squirrels that were hanging around. They figured they hit the peanut jackpot. After we went inside the trailer, one of them was brave enough to climb up the trailer steps, stand on ...