Americas Best Value Inn Holbrook
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The painted desert and petrified forest were the highlights of our visits today particularly since we had to bear with Route 66 having to be driven in segments. The interstate has truly done a good job in breaking up,the old road here. Riding through Arizona one can only be struck by the sheer awesome beauty of the rugged landscape. The rich red of the solid; it's dryness; the rocks that seem to tower ...
Another amazing national park to visit -- this time the Petrified Forest National Park, just a little east from where we're staying. Remnants of a prehistoric forest virtually lie at your feet -- these petrified trees are strewn all across the landscape. More than 200 million years ago these trees fell into streams and were buried in the floodplains -- the river sediments, including volcanic silica, replaced the wood until the logs were virtually turned ...
... told him I had a present for him when I got back. He sounded really excited to see what it is.</li><li>I had to get another bag of ice $4.</li><li>I bought tortillas, chile, and meat from a street vender close to the Petrified Forest National Park I spent $26.36 on the ...
Day 16 and we're leaving Sedona. Our first stop was to see a lava river cave. We headed back towards Flagstaff, the butt of Arizona, and had another run in with bumpy dirt roads. This one was different than the one yesterday in Sedona. It was far narrower and in the Coconino National Forest. Driving the 8 miles seemed like forever on this road, but we finally made it. Now considering it was a Sunday morning around 10 am, we weren’t expecting a large crowd ...
... of the canyon, then decided to take the "Red Shuttle" tour (free). We could ride the blue shuttle to get there, or drive over to the transfer point and hope to get parking. We drove, and found parking (it was getting scarce; there's not much parking in that particular area).
The Red Shuttle takes you on a (closed to private vehicles) road that runs along the rim west of ...