Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... entered Arizona and were surprised to see the time change to 3 hrs earlier than EDT. Turns out Arizina is on mountain time but does not observe daylight savings time. Such confusion. A couple of hours from Flagstaff, we got another radio warning of severe thunderstorms and flooding but we only got a little rain. We arrived safely in Flagstaff. Super nice Springhill Suits. Irene had excellent pizza for her birthday meal but no cake.
... yet but there are signs about saying that there are poisonous reptiles and insects about so to be careful. Not something we are looking forward to encountering at all
Next up was Winslow, a really well kept picturesque town which seems to have quite a heavy military connection but we are not sure why, something we will need to find out. Winslow has a 9/11 memorial on the way in. Two girders from the World Trade Centre sit sticking ...
... from the ground and since it was just up the road from the hotel, this made it almost worth the effort of staying there.. Almost.
We knew we were in for trouble however when we spied the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park and there were just rows and rows of cars and buses waiting to get in. After 20 minutes we finally made it inside, only to spend the next 20 minutes searching for parking.
Undeterred, we headed up the path to Mathers ...
After leaving Albuquerque this morning, we headed toward Flagstaff, AZ where we would be staying for the next 10 days. Today was going to be our first official day of sightseeing since we would be passing by the Petrified Forest/Painted Desert National Park. And with our usual luck, it starts pouring down rain the minute we left Albuquerque. After about 2 hours, the skies began to clear a little and we decided to chance it and visit the park.
We started at the north end ...
... 66 for a bit. We even saw a motel with rooms in the shape of teepees (reminded me of the movie Cars!) Evan drove most of the way. He didn't feel comfortable with me driving on the curvy roads in the mountains. We made it to Flagstaff, checked in to the hotel, and crashed! Miles travelled: 1050 Hours on the road: 17 Total miles: 2075 Total hours: ...