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First morning that no alarms had to be set & I was still awake at 8am. Lay in bed until about 11am reading. Was nice not to hurry & to just take our time. Got up then showered, then sorted dirty clothes to take to the laundry room.
To wash & dry clothes took about 1hr 15mins so in the meantime we spent some time & money in the …
... here?" In fact, one couple leaving left us mixed opinions on their dining experience. But we decided to go in anyway.
Granny’s was a family style restaurant located along Historic Route 66 – which is the famous route used to travel from Chicago to LA decades before the US Interstate system was built. We've gone through several towns on our trip thus far that have celebrated Route 66 and Flagstaff was one of them. The restaurant had a big eye-catching structure ...
... Very interesting indeed. Remember I touched on Harvey House when we toured the museum in Deming, NM? Well the girls who worked at the Harvey Houses became known as Harvey girls. Going to do more reading on the topic. Speaking of Harvey-- today Denis decided our motorhome should be called Harvey -- Harvey the RV because earlier in his English speaking days he would've pronounced RV Harvey..... I think it fits... for a while I considered Windy as it seemed ...
... to a best western or some other brand-name hotel. It's worth the extra $10/20
UPDATE (Aug 8, 2013): Add to this situation the drunk guest who was as annoyed as I was by the band and decided to pull the fire alarm at 1:30 in the morning...not once, but twice. To add insult to injury, I woke up that morning. at 5:45 to light spilling into the hotel room from the completely inadequate blinds.
Initially I stopped at the desk on checking out ...
... in the 5000-6000 elevation level, so there was a thicker forest full of pine trees. In one stop we actually saw a rock climber "hanging" on one of the rock cliffs. We arrive in Flagstaff and head for the historic section of downtown. It is very quaint, a little more western than Sedona. You do not see much of the adobe buildings here, at least not where we were. It is Sunday afternoon, and there seems to be a lot of activity. We stopped ...
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