Arroyo Pinion Hotel, An Ascend Hotel Collection Member
Travel Blogs from Sedona
... temporarily living in Sedona. She psychically channeled an “entity” who described several different energy spots here in Red Rock Country. Ms. Bryant named them “vortexes.”
A local hair stylist who has lived here 35-plus years recalls Bryant sitting in a chair in his salon with a map of Sedona spread out before her, geographically locating the vortexes.
He suggested that Airport Mesa would be good since it was easily accessible ...
... in. It is literally a bridge that was imported from London and re-assembled. There are all London themed things around it and it was pretty tragic, really. We reached a little town that SO resembled Cars. It was a small town based on the original Route 66. It was all based around the historic road and has been kept like it was to give people that real 'Route 66 vibe'. We stopped at a little burger ...
... and horny toads skittered across the sandy path. Each small patch of shade was greeted like an oasis. I replayed an oft repeated scene from my childhood when my arms went up and I declared "feel that wonderful breeze" just as my mother did on the many national/state park hikes we took. When we reached the top where the ruins of the fort stand we considered two opposing thoughts. The wagon trains needed to safely travel through as our country was ...
... lights were off. We didn't. But then again, Andy always has a sort of glow! (Interjected by Annette)
Next morning we set off on a scenic drive to Albuquerque. We had to be checked out by security before we were allowed to drive through the Lab area of Los Alamos.On the drive we followed the instructions the nice lady at the tourist booth gave us and were rewarded with great scenery, unique tunnels, volcanic basins where Elk are alleged to graze and elevations of ...
... held a bit of an attraction for the Hollywood types, among it's famous guest list were Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, though I daren't suggest together, how scandalous! The stars didn't just hang out in tinsel town, they seemed to love all the surrounding desert areas in Nevada, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona too. After saying goodbye to New Mexico I said hello again to Arizona in the very beautiful village of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking