Americas Best Value Inn and Suites - Flagstaff E. Route 66
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Flagstaff, AZ has to be one of the most beautiful places in our country! This is our 2nd trip to Arizona and we both would come back over and over given the opportunity! We took lots of pictures of scenery which I'm sharing with you. The weather was a cool 70 degrees but to Paul and I it felt like heaven on earth.
Now its on to our final ...
... White Acorn with Rob and Nina Blackwell, the Global Roamer 2 of John & Lynda Pinder, the Flight of the Cocky of Rick & Julie Brake and Global Travellers, Ian Hunt and Penelope Kentish. There were more, but we didn't catch up with them all. Still, you didn't have to go far to hear the Aussie accent!
With that behind us, I sorted out our gear for our next adventure - an 8-day rafting trip thru the entire length of the Grand Canyon - from Mile 0 to Mile ...
... it was his first time on a helicopter I'm glad he got to experience it properly. We both agreed that doing the half hour trip was more than enough so really glad we listened to everyone's advice not to book a full hour.
Realising that we hadn't eaten much we went in search of dinner, finally settling on Sophie's, a traditional Mexican grill. We ordered pork tacos and gooey cheese and chorizo dip for our chips. Deeelicious!
We headed back ...
... u-turn and keep looking. We settle for Western Hills for a nice price of $66 for the night, initially there was a funky smell but once we air it out it wasn't so bad.
After dropping our stuff and doing some quick hand washing we head downtown. Downtown Flagstaff has a collegiate feel to it. Lots of bars, cute cafes and little stores. We have dinner at Monsoon which is Japanese and Chinese fusion. After dinner Hinesh gets himself a little chocolate from another ...
... has a shop there at the meteor site? Who'da thunk?! We split a few sandwiches and a free cookie before heading in to the theater for a short movie about the meteor crash that took place 50,000 years ago. It left a hole in the desert 800' deep and almost a mile across. Interesting story on the scientists who studied the crash site, dug for meteorites, and changed the way we view items falling from the sky. The site is on private land but ...