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Flagstaff was our main destination for this trip. We checked into our timeshare and finally had a chance to do some laundry. The San Agustin family joined us for a week of day trips around then Flagstaff area.
Our first trip was to Montezuma Castle, which hase nothing to do with anyone named Montezuma, nor is it a castle. They are …
... through beautiful forests ...
... in the same condition they have been found. The ruins here were very cool. All of them had been built on top of and into the existing rock formations, which made them very distinct and visually beautiful. It also was interesting to think about what life would have been like for the people in this village...certainly not easy by any standards.
We thought we would visit another park south of Flagstaff in the afternoon, but the two parks ...
... and ourselves; or flat out flip the RV over (these things are very top heavy and don't like sudden movements). Its moments like those that make you thankful for the helping hand of God to literally take the wheel in your life - faith is a wonderful thing and I know many things could have gone wrong between their movements, my movements, the cars behind us, and the cars/people at the convenience store. I took a deep breath and kept ...
... day pass that we cannot use and this one was $10. Still this enabled us to get to the Hoover Dam which was the objective and we made it in time for the 10 am tour after paying $7 for parking and $30 each for the complete tour. Our tour guide assured me they do not make money and the utilities pitch in for the visitor program. I had to bite my tongue as the Ontario Hydro/ Ontario Power Generation tours were free! However this entrance enabled us to see several arms of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility