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... through a couple of roundabouts we made it to our hotel. We ended up getting room 112 on the bottom floor. There are no elevators just a sidewalk on the side of the building that leads to each level & stairs down the middle & on the other side. I stayed with the children while Jon kindly got all the luggage. Once we unpacked & settled in, we decided to go to a local brewery for dinner, recommended by a friend. It turned out to be a good ...
... in the world.
The deep red color for which Sedona is famous is due to the presence of hematite (iron oxide, otherwise known as rust) that stains the sandstone of the Schnebly Hill and Hermit Shale layers. The steepness of
the terrain is due the fact that the top layers of the strata are composed of basalt and limestone, which are harder than the underlying sandstone.
Happy Birthday to my daughter, Kelly Speth!!
... bought a healing crystal in Sedona.
My classic memories of Vegas are threefold: 1) on my 15th birthday my mom, Thorid, uncle Rolli and cousin Andrea we were on a road trip through the southwest. We stopped in Vegas and with two quarters and a nickel I played the slots in Caesar's Palace and walked out with over $100 in quarters. My face still hurts from that smile. 2) My 21st birthday with good buddies. Enough said. 3) Going there with ...
... Oh my goodness, I felt right at home. After dinner we went back to the house, talked for a bit and went to bed. I slept in a comfy bed and had a hot shower-what a blessing! After filling up on rest and things needed, I headed back up the hill to Sedona, toured the town with my camera for a bit and headed up more mountain to a campsite called Cave Springs. If you ever get a chance to get to Sedona, camp there. It's nothing super special but if you like exploring in ...
... 66. The owner, James Craven, doesn't seem to care about his poor choices in his management or the quality of his hotel, as long as duped tourists keep forking over money based on a weak premise of the hotel having a haunted history.
Bottom Line: save yourself the heartache and avoid The Hotel Monte Vista like the plague. You're much better off staying at a name-brand hotel and driving into the downtown area to enjoy the restaurants and ...
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