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Goodbye Scottsdale, hello Sedona, via not one, but TWO factory outlets with more shopping than anyone needs to do in a decade.
I may be female but shopping is just not my thing.
Kate was not that fussed about going to the factory outlets en route, but we decided to drop in and just look. I think she expected to stay about two minutes. Well, she lives in Jersey and had never been to one and this one is bigger than many, with the result that we were there for hours!
... healing.) Apparently, the earth's crust is normally 50 miles thick before you hit lava, but here it is only 15 miles thick, hence closer to the swirling lava and negative ions (which cause a state of positiveness).
Sedona has some interesting rules - no buildings over 2 stories, and all buildings must be painted in the natural Sedona colors (muted oranges, light green, tan, etc). They have no big box stores, and tons of thrift and consignment stores ...
... had two nice cliff dwellings to see and ordinarily with the word "National" in it, we wouldn't stop, but we thought we might be able to see something from the road. We did see a beautiful canyon with a good description of how vegetation differs at the different canyon levels - for example, trees grow at the bottom of the canyon because there is shade and water accumulates there - even ...
... his parents and found that they had a timeshare in a small town in Arizona called Sedona (about a two hour drive i.e. nothing in the US, from the Grand Canyon). Even on short notice we were able to all get an apartment there for the next two nights. I didn't really know anything about the town itself, but was happy to go with the flow. The drive there (managed to mostly stay awake during this one) was incredible and the town itself was really amazing - love it when you end up going ...
... The trip was multipurpose and allowed us to visit family and friends and vacation in a variety of places, some that we've visited before, and others that have been bucket listed for years. Accommodations included private homes of friends and family as well as a number of hotels and timeshare traded apartments. Every night was reserved in advance. Nearly all of the hotels were prebooked using timeshare points for refundable cash credit. ...
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