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Well we had been in Phoenix long enough that we knew our way around, Routes 101, 102, 87, etc. and we had enough heat so we decided to head north. We climbed up in altitude and in fact it was about 5 miles up and only 1 mile down so we are at a higher altitude. This time there were runaway ramps on the downside (parts of Rockies don't have them) As we headed north the topography changed we got more grass (not green but white) and as we continued we got ...
... everything we read never mentioned that you couldn't actually go in it. If you're considering going...be aware of that. It hasn't allowed visitors actually on the cliffs in the castle since 1951.
We leave there and head back towards the interstate, where we go north a couple of miles and take off the interstate to our next stop. Luckily, along the way, there was a Starbucks so we could get lattes. No reason to be uncivilized ...
... some chocolate for Laurie, and I got some of the Italian waffle cookies. We put our treasures in the motorhome and headed to Walmart to shop.
The store was massive...probably 300-400k sf. They had everything the other Walmarts have and a bit more. While Tennessee is struggling to get wine in grocery stores, Laurie bought bargain Glenlivet at Walmart for about 20 percent less than back home. Liquor in grocery stores isn't new to ...
... other "castle"-- Cliff Castle Casino. This casino is actually just across the highway from where we are staying and they gave us $10 each for the casino when we checked in here. Five dollar Philly cheesesteak at Johnny Rocket's Diner in the casino and a jive all before lunch. The girls saw Denis bopping when we entered and asked if we would dance when they did. When they got up to do a choreographed number, the ...
... The rocks were really more orange than red, and overall it was much more wide open than I expected. Sedona and the surrounding area was relatively flat, with mountains and rock formations sprinkled here and there.
Our plan was to do a little hiking, but we needed a map of the area. So we stopped at a tourist information office. The guy there recommended an easy two mile loop trail (the Baldwin trail) that was at the base of Cathedral Rock, one of the more famous rock formations ...
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