Budget Host Saga Motel
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After driving for most of the night (thank you AZ for 75MPH speed limits), we somehow found a cheap motel in Flagstaff, AZ; located right on route 66.
Slept really well. Next morning, when I looked outside the motel room, I saw that we were surrounded by mountains. The air was just the right temperature and it was really clean. I could …
Holy ****, i thought the mornings at Burning Man were bad, this morning was by far the hottest, actually looked like i had just come out of a swimming pool when i woke up. Disgusting! BUT, we are in a KOA campground so we have access to showers! Went to leave with the intentions of going to the Grand Canyon. I went to check out and spoke to the woman who worked behind the desk about the best place to stay up there so she told us where to go and told us that instead of ...
First off we left the hotel. Next we had around and hour and a half drive to get Four Corners. When we got there they had a monument thing and I got to stand in four states at the same time! After that we drove by the terrible land that the government gave the Indians. We went to McDonalds to eat and then got checked into the condo after that. The condo is awesome and I just chilled there and then went to ...
... of it by saying:“Anyone want to share my Heart Attack?” Jadin and Travis took me up on my offer so they had heart attacks, too.
After a filling—and long—dinner (it takes a long time to serve 12 folks), we then headed out to the parking lot and got hit with a thunderstorm. A massive lighting strike must of hit a few blocks from us as the thunderclap scared everyone out of their wits. BOOM!!! We were ready ...
... inner peace.
Not deterred, we stopped at Petrified Forest National Park in northeastern Arizona. The park is split into distinct regions: the Painted Desert, Puerco Pueblo, the Blue Mesa and the Crystal/Rainbow Forest with a scenic drive connecting them.
At the Visitor's Center, the park ranger helped us plan out our visit. She patiently walked us through the map while ...