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 …
... one of which was an Elvis film that neither of us had heard of) but a lot of other more famous ones too (you’ll have to Google them though – no time to be writing out the list right now! :-) ).
As time was ticking and we wanted to make Flagstaff before the evening we left Sedona and hit the road arriving at our campsite, Woody Mountain campsite, just in time to have dinner, some wine and hit the hay for the ...
... Since it was going to be down to the high 20's low 30's during the night Terry decided to work on the front heater of the motorhome. The back works but not the front so off we went to Camping World to see if they had the part we needed. They needed additional info before they could order so Terry decided to switch parts...that didn't work so we will head to Walmart or Sears for a larger electric heater for the front.
MONDAY 4/28-Woke up to 29 degrees ...
... continued on to the Colorado River. There was a turn around there and we were able to stop and get out to take pictures - it is a very big river. It always surprises me that the river is so big and yet there is so little green around it! That's the desert for you! On the way back, we noticed, not for the first time, how narrow the road was. Don't these people know how to build roads with shoulders? This ...
Brilliant day. Early start to retake photos in Monument Valley in clear sky with early morning sunlight on rocks. Left Kayenta and drove to Cameron's Trading Post for breakfast 90 minutes later. Drove to the East entrance of Grand Canyon National Park. First stop was Desert View. Climbed the watchtower. Amazing views of the canyon. Breathtaking. Drove along Desert View drive and stopped ...