Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... you film at a movie set? Not fair :(
Anyway... You think Palmdale is in the middle of nowhere? Try Hesperia xD
Trying to find European style coffee in America is obviously a waste of time. We got capuccino at a restaurant by the road. Ha ha ha. „Capuccino“, right... Tasted kinda like sugar with a few drops of coffee in it. And whipped cream. ...
... town and road junction of Needles and headed south, stopping at the small regional park camping area beside the resort of Pirates Cove.
Once we got to our friends place north of Williams on the historic Route 66, I spent the next few days getting the truck sorted out with a new rear bumper before heading off to the Overland Expo (OX).
The OX, held at Mormon Lake in northern Arizona, and now in its fifth year, was bigger and better than ever.
And so onto Flagstaff at 10,000 feet where I and fellow travellers wheezed. A lot colder than Vegas but really pleasant after all the buzz of the bright city lights. Flagstaff has its own university, a good cultural scene and is home to Gore-tex. We arrived at the Little America Hotel in its own Ponderosa pine forest. Despite wheezing and feeling generally yuk the first night ...
... been up since 4am we were quite anxious to get the drive out the way as quickly as possible to the Holiday Inn Express just outside the Grand Canyon National Park, which was to be our home for the night.
16 miles outside and Vaughan looked exhausted so for the first time on our trip I got some driving in. We've been looking for a car for Vaughan and because of the fuel efficiency of the Prius it was a strong contender, however after having driven it ...
... look for me at that blowhole. Hopi tradition explains creation with a story of emergence: their ancestors entered this world through a sipapu, or portal from the world below. Centered around northeastern Arizona, the Grand Canyon is generally claimed as the source, with each pueblo (modern and ancient - the Hopi can ...