Arroyo Pinion Hotel, An Ascend Hotel Collection Member
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... slippery bed of Oak Creek. We must have hit it at just the right time as it wasn't overly crowded yet. So we wandered around and enjoyed the views before going onto Sedona.
Can't say as there was much to do in Sedona. Reminded me of Jackson Hole ... a big tourist trap. Little to no parking in Uptown Sedona. Lots of little shops and such but nothing we were too interested in visiting. We went on into Old Sedona, had lunch, and ...
... us the "Broken Arrow" trail which was where the movie was filmed. Will loved hanging out of the jeep with his GoPro. Steve thinks he's found his retirement jog-Pink Jeep tour driver. We ate dinner at Tao Cantina and The Cowboy Club. We tasted rattlesnake and prickly pear cactus fries. We also ate prickly pear ice cream (except for Will). We enjoyed the pool and jacuzzi here.
We spent most of the day driving through New Mexico and wow was it windy! Almost got blown off the road a few times and witnessed many dust clouds. We didn't make too many stops since we wanted to make it to Petrified Forest National Park in plenty of time to see it. We made a point to stop at the Arizona welcome sign since this is where our story began! Yay Arizona! We got to Petrified Forest and weren't sure ...
We got to Sedona on Saturday before sunset, about 2 hours before Marianna and Tim. We went out to dinner. A bit overpriced for what you got, but decent enough. The resort is nice and convenient to everything. Yesterday we went on a 2 hour hike around Bell Rock and then to the Chapel of the Holy Cross at sunset. Very beautiful. It was ...
... This surreality came to a head at the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert.
The Petrified Forest is not the only one of its kind. In an introductory video shown at the gate of the park, it is explained that the mineralization process of buried biological forms is well known--it is essentially the same as any other fossilization process. The difference in Arizona is that the minerals which are particular to the area cause bright ...