Econo Lodge Flagstaff University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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'Get your kitsch on Route 66' might be a better slogan for the scrubby stretch of road from Kingman to Flagstaff, the residents of towns forgotten when the road was bypassed, have had to come up with new ways to get the tourists in. Leaving Kingman we were soon off the freeway and onto Route 66 and it was immediately evident the impact the bypass …
... Cruces we had to go through a boarder patrol check point. All they asked us was if we were US citizens (we said yes but who would have said no?!). Driving through New Mexico was VERY HOT! We drove through a couple of national parks which were beautiful. Then on into Arizona. In Arizona we passed the Petrified Forest and drove along ...
Not too much to report. We woke up to about 8 C weather, filled up the car, picked up some fruit for the 5.5 hour trip to Williams then set out. We did manage to get some picture on the way though. Some pretty nice looking rock formations along the way. We left a dry, sandy, shrubby area and drove in to red boulders/hills with sheer cliffs and more of a forest environment. We gained ...
... this blog, we are very sorry that we are photographic illiterate. We have seen some spectacular scenery and sights, but are totally inept at taking pictures and posting the same on the blog. We will continue to try to dress up the text with some pictures. If we only had some of our photographer friends (John Lafferty and Chip Crumley) with us we would have a much more appealing log for you to ...
... conversation that went along the lines of: Jill - do we need to take coats? Gerald - no, it's summer and it never rains in Southern California anyway (forgetting that we had other destinations in mind too).
Nevertheless, the Canyon was, as ever, awesome. The boys were impressed too, and were amazed (possibly disbelieving) that Jill and I had hiked down the South Rim in days of yore.
Of course, what really kept ...