Cliff Castle Casino Hotel
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Sure enjoyed a night at this place. Food was great, the hotel clean and comfortable. Very enjoyable travel stop
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We were going to take a one day road trip up toward the middle of Arizona, but somehow it got lengthened into a four day road trip. The beauty of this Smarty car is you can travel a couple of thousand miles (which we did), and stay under $100 for gas. Amazing.
So, since we've see all the back roads of southern California, we decided to …
... and 1425 AD. The main structure comprises five stories and twenty rooms, and was built over the course of three centuries.Neither part of the monument's name is correct. When European-Americans ...
... br> The Out of Africa Wildlife park was a great adventure for the afternoon. We saw lots of exotic animals up close and personal. It was really cool to get within 1' of many of these creatures. We stayed till the end of the day when it was feeding time and got to follow the truck around as they fed all the carnivores. The kids were sad that it was a horse that they were feeding but it had been a sick animal that had just died an ...
... 6 feet. Every time we went over a hill there would be homes in the valley.
We ended up outside of the Sedona area and guess what we got back....WIND. I guess you can't have everything. We also got roundabouts on the Interstate exits and here no one bothers to yield!! We are also on an Indian reservation with a casino across the interstate. Their LARGE digital sign flashes info all day and night.
This is a very nice campground and it was ...
... and cold, it's at 7200'. We had a great Spanish meal there, sharing an ox-tail sandwich and salad. B had Sangria, yum. P is the better of the two cities and I could happily relocate there. But all the above was a prelude to Sedona, a place we'd been to before and loved. It's gotten a lot bigger and much more busy. However, you can't take away the beauty of the red rock and green ...