Anasazi Inn at Tsegi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnasazi Inn at Tsegi Kayenta
Expensive and filthy. We paid 95 dollar for a smelly, dirty, noisy room. Carpet was sticky, bathroom scary, the heater was on and couldn't be turned off.
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... We took photos of frozen plants and tracks and signs .... desert was not the place we thought we would see snow! Then, about 15 miles from Page, we emerged from the fog into gorgeous sunshine. There was still heaps of snow. The drive continued to be lovely with snow and nice scenery. We entered the traditional land of the Navajo people and at our first trading post (shop) we bought a 6 pack.... yeh, only got 3 cokes to go now :-) Monument Valley ...
... at the Navajo National Monument, a preserved Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings called Betatakin. There is also another area called Keet Seel that can only be reached by a day hike and requires a back country permit... We were able to view Betakin from the visitor center which has a path that leads to the edge of the cliff that is across from the Betatakin dwellings. You are able to hike to these but again it takes a few hours and you must go as part of a Ranger lead ...
The natural attractions in this part of the United States are simply stunning – and today's highlight is no exception. We are off to Monument Valley in Utah. Monument Valley is perhaps the most famous example of the classic American West landscape, located within the Navajo Nation on the border of Arizona and Utah. The valley has ...
... on a horse as in the adverts and Lone Ranger films was not one to be missed by yours truly so leaving Monica to man the camera I ventured to thee stone overlook. Bud my horse stood static for numerous poses. Not sure what I would have done if he'd ambled near the edge! As we had taken a Navajo tour we were taken off the main tourist route to see other rock formation resembling various shapes - camel, three sisters; i.e. Nuns, a sleeping dragon and big chief ...
... but Monica was not convinced until the very helpful lady in the tourist information office totally endorsed the scenery along the way and the fact it was paved and not the dirt road Monica thought it might be. I must say driving the lesser routes has been a joy compared to the monotonous highways and I don't think given the speed limits that much time is saved by taking the latter. We had decided to eat a proper lunch since food at our venue was some ...