Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Metro - Black Canyon Highway
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... I cheated (in my mind of camping) and hit up a gas station for some hot water to make my oatmeal and tea for the morning. Today I had an extra treat and added some strawberries and bananas to my oatmeal that I purchased at the store last night. Lucky me because they are my favorite :). And that's when I left the rain storm in the past and carried on with my day.
I continued my trek south; my first stop was Sedona. The ride in was a 30 ...
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... for nice pictures – not gold.
And we learned:
- The Palo Verde is not only the Arizona State Tree, but also the easy recognizable little tree with the green colored trunk and branches
- the fruit Chain Cholla is the Cactus with the big fruits hanging down and looking like the Teddy bear cactus in tree form
- the prickly pear cactus is a total different one with the flat pear looking 'leaves'
... very impressed by the museum. I only had about three hours to go through the museum, which wasn't nearly enough.
I headed for Nobuo at Teeter House for dinner. It's on Heritage Square across the street from Pizzarian Bianca, where I ate on a previous visit..Nobuo has mostly sushi but there were enough vegetarian items to make up a meal. My meal was fine but I've been to sushi restaurants I've enjoyed more.
Unsurprisingly the day started early (very early) as jet lag kicked in. The boys had two breakfasts, a bit of cereal at 5am and the the full Vegas breakfast buffet (a staggering array of food) as soon as the restaurant opened at 7. I'm fairly sure Will ate his bodyweight in pancakes, eggs and bacon. We took a taxi to Storage World, where the RV's parked, and saw our home for much of the next three weeks for the first ...