Hampton Inn Flagstaff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Flagstaff
... typewriter room, old school room, and ancient native artifacts. A good stop all in all.
Still not much of the old road is drivable at this point so we hit I40 again and stopped a few miles down the road at the Jackrabbit trading Post. Route 66 has dozens of these old pit stop stations, some still operating and some obviously defunct. Just like gas stations and motels, the new interstate put many family businesses out of commission, but ...
... to Sedona. We went to Sedona last week but we came in from the south and all I can say on this trip was OMG. We went thru the Coconino National Forest again so we had large Ponderosa Pines (except at spots that were recovering from fires). We went by Flagstaff's Extreme Park and and the next stop was the Oak Creek Canyon Lookout site. (NOTE: shortly after we left this area they had a wildfire that burned over 21,000 acres then in July mud slides). What a view, ...
... house and stopped and watched the movie… the movie centers around a female brown bear (grizzly)… A sow they’ve named Sky and the action starts with cameras in her den where she’s asleep in hibernation and has just given birth to 2 cubs … Amber & Scout…the movie, about 90 minutes follows ...
Today we got up and had a camping breakfast before heading off into the desert. We drove for around 2 hours before reaching Route 66 where we stopped for lunch and then went to Slide Rock, just West of The Grand Canyon. It was a great day and not extremely hot like the rest of the time I was in California. Before we left Arizona's capital, we visited London Bridge. This was a bridge constructed to ...
... people and was very busy, could have been a nice place to stay over. The one way system means you have to circle the town to appreciate all its features. There were bars, resturants, places of interest (Frey Marcos Hotel, Roads Steack House, vintage neon signs and El Tovar Hotel) and many hotels. We took a few pictures but the rain began to pour down so we thought it would be best to move on and get to Flagstaff.