Cave Creek Tumbleweed Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Picked up AC at Leonardo Di Vinci airport Got on the road at 2pm pit stop 5 back on the road at 5:10 had pizza in the car. We arrived Cisternino at the theater in middle of town where we met Michale. He took us to the Tullio we would be staying in for the next 8 nights. First impression We were questions our decision. But now we are enjoying the unique experience. We can now say we have slept in a Trulli. Because we were so late getting we ate at the Pizza in ...
At Tuscon, we went to the Sonora Desert Museum. It was by far my favorite museum. We walked through a cave and saw how it has transformed over millions of years. Heather and I spent a great deal of time in the Hummingbird garden, reminiscing about Nana. She would have love it, because her fondness of hummingbirds. We went for dinner at Ed and Heather's friend in Cave Creek. Mary’s home should be made into an old western museum. I haven’t seen a ...
During our stay in Phoenix i booked a tour with Detours for a trip to the Grand Canyon. It's an all day affair, we left at 7:30 am and arrived back at around 8:00 pm. The van we were in had very comfortable seats for the long trip. On the trip up we stopped in Sedona, beautiful town. Our driver dropped us off to tour the town while he went and got our lunches. We stopped at various places along the way both going and coming ...
... the women next to our campsite stepped out of the KOA "Kabin" next door wearing the identical pajamas I had on!
We've just spent a few days with friends of mine from my home town of Park Rapids, MN who have a ranch near Cave Creek and Carefree. Currently with other friends in Mesa. That log will begin sometime later tonight. I'm sending this now because I didn't want you to forget us!
... which is on Route 66 for a spot of shopping. It was a lovely town but it was still really cold there with ice on the side of the road.
Instead of taking the direct route to Phoenix, we chose to take the scenic route through Sedona which is a new age hippie town full of faith healers and the like. Many people believe that this area is the centre of vortexes that radiate the earth's power - so of course ...