Firetree Bed & Breakfast

Address: PO Box 360417, Monument Valley, Utah, 84536, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on PO Box 360417, Monument Valley.
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      Travel Blogs from Monument Valley

      Travelling to Monument

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 13, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      We so enjoyed a late start so didn't rise 'til 8 or so although Monica was up and ready and kindly getting me breakfast. We had really enjoyed our stay at the Motel and felt they really offered good value for the night at £21 each per night. Monica suggested we walk around the 'town' as there were various 'old' houses and buildings to see from …

      Monument Valley

      A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Jan 07, 2015

      6 photos

      The day dawned in Page and there was snow everywhere! Very exciting :-) As we started our journey to Monument Valley, we were caught in a white out again - a fog that stretched for miles around Page. The landscape was snowy and beautiful and was fantastic to drive through. The plants were frozen over and the snow was everywhere. As we got out the car we realised it was lightly snowing too!! Magic .... the moments of trips you can't plan, the magic moments by ...

      Monument Valley

      A travel blog entry by gee83 on Oct 30, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... didn't want to risk taking the tour out into the valley since it would be a rough trip so missed out on seeing John Ford point and getting into the actual valley :( But since I had booked a room with an super duper view we had amazing views of the monuments and the sunrise next morning was insanely spectacular! So that made my day. And ...

      Navajo Indian tour

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 14, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the AA equivalent out plus the hefty repayment fee it was a relief to know the Jeep was safely parked up and I could enjoy the scenery. We drove past the West Mitten and East Mitten Buttes as well as the America Butte. For the initiated like myself the Butte is a second form of erosion after the Mesa or table . We also saw the third stage of erosion in the form of a spire which is a narrow free standing rock formation called in one case appropriately enough ...

      Going native - Monument Valley

      A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Sep 23, 2014

      11 photos

      ... that have been created by the elements. Mesas, Buttes and pinnacles all named appropriately by what they might look like. Some of the group had opted to take a tour of the valley with a Navajo guide (ours was called Jamie - not his real name which he couldn't share with us) to learn about their traditions and see them in action, watch traditional dancing (and take part) and stay the night on the reservation in a traditional home called a Hogan. This was by ...