Days Inn Camp Verde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... The installation was abandoned in April 1891 and the site was divided into small parcels and sold at auction.
Montezuma Castle National Monument protects a set of well-preserved cliff dwellings near the town of Camp Verde, Arizona, ...
... area as the sunset progressed. Watching the sunset in Sedona is more about the rocks and the shadows on the mountains than it is about the sky and the clouds. We got back in the truck after the sun had set and headed back to Flagstaff. Even though there was still a ton more we could have done and seen in Sedona, we at least felt like we had experienced the Sedona that we had heard about. We considered coming back for another day, but Flagstaff was waiting.
We slept in a little this morning. After packing Darlene's 200 lb. Colorado rock collection into the trailer and getting everything ready to go we set off toward Sedona, AZ. (I feel as though we’re reenacting the movie "The Long, Long Trailer".)
Being on the road in the West while trying to use Cellular phones is both interesting and, sometimes, frustrating. After shopping in Cortez, CO, my phone alerted me to ...
... the list of people who don't like them one bit. The Chapel of the Holy Cross was a really neat sight. It was extremely busy in Sedona today as well. There was no chance to stop at Slide Rock State Park as they had the parking lot completely full and blocked off. People were pulling off 89A and walking as much as a mile and a half to get to the park.
I don't think Sedona is something that can truly be appreciated in a day trip, it's something that needs ...
... fly along the creek looking for food and also take a bath flapping his wings. This is a great place to camp and so peaceful. It was a one night stop for us because tomorrow we will be camping in Sedona within walking distance of the main streets.
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