Travel Blogs from Jerome, United States

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Jerome, Jerome, United States travel blog

Jerome

A travel blog entry by sandt

... it is a collection of gift shops, art galleries, and museums. Sprinkled throughout the downtown are old mining equipment relics. Jerome has a unique flavor. A mix of Old West ghost town and hippie folk festival. Jerome sits on the side of Cleopatra ...

A good day on the road, Jerome, United States travel blog

A good day on the road

A travel blog entry by the2poes

This was a good travel day with some tail winds.  We averaged 15 MPG and spent the evening in the Walmart parking lot. ...

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Going "mining" in Jerome & riding the Verde RR

A travel blog entry by kupdegra

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... ;we entered the "house" we checked out an assortment of mining equipment. Start the tour with the short movie highlighting Jerome's history. Great photrography exibits, along with family and mining mementos. Up on the hillside is the Little Daisy hotel, ...

Painted Desert and a French Village, Jerome, United States travel blog

Painted Desert and a French Village

A travel blog entry by snookymumma

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... another beautuful breakfast, so very hungover and lacking sleep, headed into town for a burger. The streets of Jerome were overflowing with harley's, convertables, family wagons and everything in between and it was probably a good thing we ...

To the Haunted Hamburger, Jerome, United States travel blog

To the Haunted Hamburger

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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... up out of the canyon.  This excursion train comes highly recommended, and like the unvisited shops on the lower streets of Jerome, requires consideration again at a later date. Too late to tour the site, we did a drive-by of the Tuzigoot ...

48 Years, 138 days…not counting tomorrow!, Jerome, United States travel blog

48 Years, 138 days…not counting tomorrow!

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids

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... our time with breakfast, coffee, and bathing we decided that it would be our wisest course to lay over here at the Twin Falls/Jerome KOA for another day and night. My thought was that since we ARE on the Oregon Trail that it would have been entirely ...

The Oregon Trail along the Snake River...& Oops!, Jerome, United States travel blog

The Oregon Trail along the Snake River...& Oops!

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids

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... been picked up, ice pack has been applied, and I plan to overmedicate him and put him to bed shortly! We are in the Twin Falls/Jerome KOA. We drove 204 miles today. PS—on the way to the Doctor, we passed over part of the Snake River Canyon as we ...

Jerome Arizona, Ghosttown , Nice cars, Jerome, United States travel blog

Jerome Arizona, Ghosttown , Nice cars

A travel blog entry by alexstil

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Verstuurd vanaf mijn ...

"Haunted" City on the Hill

A travel blog entry by time2go

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... are spending six months in Africa starting the 30th of this month, so we wanted to whet our appetite and see some animals.  Jerome is/was a bonafide ghost town.  It is really quirky - it is now mostly one road that forms a backward "C" going ...

Exploring Jerome and Dinner at The Asylum, Jerome, United States travel blog

Exploring Jerome and Dinner at The Asylum

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne

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... Jerome. First stop: Jerome Historical State Park, located in the Douglas Mansion. It had plenty of information about the history of Jerome, which was a copper mining center at one time, and some really nice views. We were able to ask the ranger some ...

Bikers and Hippies and Spirits, Oh My!!!!, Jerome, United States travel blog

Bikers and Hippies and Spirits, Oh My!!!!

A travel blog entry by beingsue-rdtrip

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... questions, got my keys and headed back out before the shops closed.  Bought some incredible olive oil and vinegar - Jerome Olive Oil Traders - Whole Fruit Persian Lime Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Cranberry Pear White Balsamic Vinegar.  I love ...

Day 95 - Yellowstone NP to Twin Falls - Idaho(USA), Jerome, United States travel blog

Day 95 - Yellowstone NP to Twin Falls - Idaho(USA)

A travel blog entry by thekemptons

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Happy 9 Months to lovely Taya. Your first year is racing past, but what a special one so far. You are an absolute delight and such a good traveller, we couldn't have asked for more, except a few more hours in bed perhaps. Also delighted that Taya's ...

Exploring Jerome & Sedona, Jerome, United States travel blog

Exploring Jerome & Sedona

A travel blog entry by greg-wendy

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... One of the locals told us that several years ago, the jail slid down the hill and now rests on the street below.  Jerome is filled with galleries, curio shops and tasting rooms.  We enjoyed exploring the galleries, and did a bit of wine ...

Driving, Jerome, United States travel blog

Driving

A travel blog entry by wanderlust2000

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... South of Sedona. (I'm sure a relatively small amount of googling will land you with much more precise directions to the town of Jerome, should you desire. Although, taking 89A north of Prescott will route you down Main St in Jerome; really, it's hard to ...

Duct tape to the rescue!, Jerome, United States travel blog

Duct tape to the rescue!

A travel blog entry by johnsonfamily

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... to keep himself busy besides breeding gladiolus. What I appreciate about him most was his love for the Lord.   We left Jerome and traveled through southern Idaho, had lunch in the middle of nowhere and drove on into Wyoming where we had dinner in ...

Jerome: Wickedest town in the west, Jerome, United States travel blog

Jerome: Wickedest town in the west

A travel blog entry by reidy

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... feet) between Prescott and Flagstaff is this historic copper mining town in Arizona. Once known as the wickedest town in the west, Jerome was a copper mining camp, growing from a settlement of tents to a roaring mining community. It is now a quirky town ...

Driving, Jerome, United States travel blog

Driving

A travel blog entry by barbh5889

Fred and I have been driving all day covering part of 4 different states (Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and Idaho) traveling 675 miles (29.4 mpg) through some beautiful scenery. We are staying in Jerome, Idaho tonight and will have another long day of driving ...

Made it to Our First Destination, Jerome, United States travel blog

Made it to Our First Destination

A travel blog entry by j_ondik

Arrived at Jerome, ID which is just outside of Twin Falls, ID around 7 PM.  Jerome, ID is a small town with a cheese factory and because of the surrounding dairies smells like cow poop. Can't wait to be on our way to Vegas in the morning. ...

To Grandma and Grandpa's House, Jerome, United States travel blog

To Grandma and Grandpa's House

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25

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We then drove up Jerome, Idaho, near Twin Falls to my Grandma and Grandpa's house. Since I was still a little sick, I slept downstairs for a while. Then, I had my Grandma's great lasagna for dinner and I got to see my aunt and one of my cousins. We then ...

May 24, 2008, Jerome, United States travel blog

May 24, 2008

A travel blog entry by casmojudaicr5

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Copper was King, Jerome, United States travel blog

Copper was King

A travel blog entry by randyluke

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... afternoon traffic jam in Sedona. Once outside of town the roads were clear as we inched our way up the switchbacks into Jerome.  The town once prospered removing copper from the ground, but now relies on the local merchants ability to mine copper ...

Route 66 and its Ghosts, Jerome, United States travel blog

Route 66 and its Ghosts

A travel blog entry by alanandleslie

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... they did in the 1900’s is amazing. We got a room in the old Haunted Hospital, they call it the Asylum, The Jerome Grand Hotel, which was a fantastic old building full of period furniture and items.  We ate in the Haunted Hamburger and were ...

A Little Hike, Jerome, United States travel blog

A Little Hike

A travel blog entry by yogisgone

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This blog is not ...

Road Trip Across the Mingus Mountains to Jerome, Jerome, United States travel blog

Road Trip Across the Mingus Mountains to Jerome

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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Today we did a road trip back to one of our favorite haunts - the town on the side of a mountain - Jerome.  Once again we traveled the famous Hwy 89A - limited to short vehicles because many of the curves and switchbacks are so short.  It is a ...

Man Make Fire, Jerome, United States travel blog

Man Make Fire

A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713

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... the hotel until noon, the day is pretty short.  Early evening we drive through the valley, through the tiny hill town of Jerome (like Sausilito near San Francisco) and up into the National Forest.  We need trees!  For $14, we set up camp ...

Jerome and the Verde Canyon Railroad, Jerome, United States travel blog

Jerome and the Verde Canyon Railroad

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne

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... . On the return trip we saw 2 bald eagles flying over the river, a thrilling sight. We had dinner back in Jerome at the Haunted Hamburger and then crashed at the hotel. We learned that the Jerome Grand Hotel had been opened as a ...

Day 36:  Twin Falls/Jerome KOA, Jerome, United States travel blog

Day 36: Twin Falls/Jerome KOA

A travel blog entry by life-in-a-yurt

... crowing of the new Teen Queen.  I got to take lots of action photos which was fun.     Day 37 - Jerome/Twin Falls - July 27, 2008 - Sunday   Packed up and went to Twin Falls for groceries.  Stopped at the ...

Off we go...Finally!!!, Jerome, United States travel blog

Off we go...Finally!!!

A travel blog entry by renee.harbig

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... the wheels turning and to get out of town whenever and end up wherever we could! That wherever turned out to be Walmart in Jerome, ID. Whoop, whoop. No big ceremonial, tipping back a glass of wine, enjoying our coach and the satisfaction of our first day ...

Verde Canyon Railway, Jerome, United States travel blog

Verde Canyon Railway

A travel blog entry by time2go

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Wow - what a beautiful ride! We took an evening train through the Verde River Valley outside of Clarksdale, AZ.  The scenery was incredible.  We were naughty and sat in first class, which entitled us to a welcome drink (marguerita or champagne) ...

The Shack, Jerome, United States travel blog

The Shack

A travel blog entry by off2georgia

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... mining town that became a ghost town after the mine gave out. In the sixties, hippies moved into town, and in 1967, Jerome was designated a National Historic Landmark. Today, Jerome is a colony of artists, and a unique tourist destination, and has about ...

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