Kings Ransom Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... those precipitous gray clouds which pervaded the entirety of that town. After the rains let up form torrential to a merely sever hammering, we went looking for that bird sanctuary we were assured exits. Granted it was ******* it outside, but those directions must be for some other town, for we found nothing of the sort. We tried once more the following day, and there is nothing there and no one that has even heard of the place.
Before Sedona. Flagstaff ...
... something when you're not even impressed by something as massive as the Grand Canyon! Then it was a long afternoon drive through the beautiful Vermillion Cliffs on our way to our next stop, Flagstaff, Arizona. We did a mini walking tour of downtown Flagstaff and took our required pictures of Route 66 before retiring for the night in a much welcomed hotel room. Backwoods camping is great but sleeping in a hotel room is so much more ...
... just about an hours drive, I changed back into into shorts. The huge red rock hills sprouted out of the ground in various formations. We spent several hours at Tlaquepaque outside Sedona enjoying all the unique shops and art galleries in this beautiful Mexican-style village. We stopped for a light lunch at a cute Mexican restaurant, but had to try a Navajo Pizza this time. It was delish... We enjoyed left-overs for dinner later. Clare found ...
... I could stay in Sedona for ever! Much different in Scottsdale, we were packed in like sardines at the dirt park attached to the equestrian event center. A bunch of old guys with very fancy hotrods that are pretty much up all night revving their engines, prepping for the show and drinking beer. It was crazy! The line of old cars to get in to the show was at least a mile long, and ran directly ...
... really knowledgeable as he has been doing this for 10 years and is a born and raised local. The trail we went on was called Broken Arrow and is one of the top off -road trails in the state. It was two hours of climbing trails and up and down rocks. We were bounced around like popcorn and it was so fun! We were laughing so hard, we missed some of the scenery! The trip took us up close to some of ...