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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sun as usual but a bit chillier up here, not for long I'm sure. Quick breakfast then do the last two days Travelpod updates before we set off. We hadn't driven very far when we see a sign for Tonto Natural Bridge state park so decide to take a look, what a drive down - the road markers said to use low gear so we knew it would be steep and winding but the rock cliffs all around are amazing, giant slabs of red they look as if they're just ...
Today's destination is Sedona. The scenery on the drive is spectacular. We turned down a road toward Lake Powell to get a better look and vantage point for photos. The area is a national park and we were told it would cost $15. We told the ranger that we just wanted a look and he told us we could turn around "whenever we felt comfortable". So we drove down to the bottom as we ...
... The dwellings were built and used by the Sinagua people, a pre-Columbian culture closely related to the Hohokam and other indigenous peoples of the southwestern United States, between ...
Located geographically in the center of Arizona, the Verde
Valley is nestled between 2 protected lands.
The Verde River and Valley got their names from early Spanish explorers
because of the green cover of the vegetation that dominates the river
In the glory days of the Iron Horse, the train station was a
bustling hub in small towns across the west.
Tucked into a hillside where ...
... through the Prescott National Forest and guess what we saw, yes lots of TALL green trees along with about 10 miles of winding roads. Then we started going down into the valley and the trees dwindled. Prescott and the area was like being in Phoenix with lots of roads and cars so we headed back towards home via the supermarket.
THURSDAY 4/24- we decided to hit Montezuma Castle early before the sun got hot (the breeze keeps it cool) then going back ...