Hampton Inn Flagstaff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a bit more of a casual start to the morning. Some of us slept in until 8am! Was nice to not have to rush off - the Grand Canyon is not going anywhere!!
We had breakfast and worked out what parts of the Canyon we could drive around to and packed up our belongings once again. I must mention that Stephanie has this packing thing down pat. She keeps her suit case very tidy and neatly packs everything in perfectly each ...
- The day after seeing the Grand Canyon, we travel to Flagstaff, AZ, the home of Northern Arizona university. Personally, I am not interested in the school but my friends Jeff and Reagan were, so we visited anyways. The campus was pretty nice and the area surrounding the campus ...
... rim into alcoves in the canyon walls, maintaining the gardens on top. After 150-200 years, they left the canyon dwellings and moved on.
We spent the majority of a day here. Great hike - my mom loved it! Back at the hotel, I'm on my iPad when she asks if I'm searching for the closest Dairy Queen.
... we spotted some round huts that looked remarkably like Mongolian gers ...worth a photo stop!Flagstaff was invented by the railway company in 1882 so historic downtown is amusing, particularly as most of the buildings there were built in the past twenty years. All things are relative and most things make sense in the USA. Anyhow, our hotel is on Route 66, how cool is that?The TV news features the drought that state officials will be discussing. We have a couple of suggestions ...
... but having done it we were happy we did. I know we have some much bigger mountains ahead on this trip, and it gave us some confidence to get this one under our belts.
Still, we got to the Flagstaff KOA feeling like we hadn't really experienced the Sedona that everyone kept telling us about. We pulled into camp past dinner time tired, hungry and unprepared since a 2 hour drive turned into 6 hours. It didn't help that I spilled milk all over ...