Creekside Preserve Lodge and Guest Cabins

11255 S.S.R. 69, Mayer, Arizona, United States | Hotel
 

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Day 4 - Full day of the Sedona area

A travel blog entry by expeditioners

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... by the smoke from the forest fires over near Slide Rock. For the most part the fires haven't affected anything we wanted to do, just the smell of smoke and the low smoke clouds. Our last stop was in the town of Jerome. Again, based on a tip we ventured for this old mining town just outside Cottonwood. The town overlooks Verde valley and owes its existence to two ore ...

Sun, Beads feral cat, and lots of wildlife

A travel blog entry by griesenj

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... feet of beads. To put this into perspective, this bead store is 5 times larger than our house. While beading isn't my cup of tea, Chi-Chi and I roamed the area in the shade while Dolly drooled, wished and finally bought what she needed to sustain her for a while.
After the bead store, we found our way back to I-17 and headed north out of Phoenix. We stopped overnight at a KOA at Black Canyon, AZ and set up, had our evening meal (Turkey burgers ...

Wind again??

A travel blog entry by psandefur

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... we got there late we couldn't go for a tour up to the site.

It was time to head home since most of our time was battling traffic in Sedona.

SATURDAY 4/26- Today the motorhome is rocking and rolling....with the rain storms coming thru and is going to be a resting and wash day. We are suppose to head to Flagstaff tomorrow and today it is snowing there so we are glad we had not planned on going today. Once the rain stopped we ...

Valentine's Day under the full moon!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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... surrounding camp areas! But for $10/ngt for dry camping with a water view, we weren't complaining!

Valentine's Day was hot and sunny, perfect for a lunchtime visit from our friends Donna and Bud! Meanwhile the others went gathering 'desert roses', lovely rocks with a pink quartz-like formations on them. Jan and Brian lucked into the beginning of Gold Rush Days in Wickenburg, so ...

Arcosanti

A travel blog entry by drag0nfly

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When I decided to come to the Southwest USA I remembered this was the place where Arcosanti was built. Arcosanti is the brainchild of Italian architect Paolo Soleri, who moved to the States before WWII and, in the Fifties, had this avant-garde idea of sustainable architecture. Architecture that is integrated with its surroundings, uses local material as far as possible and tries to be as resource efficient as possible. The construction of this model village ...

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This hotel, located on 11255 S.S.R. 69, Mayer, is near Arcosanti and Art Mart of Sedona.
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