Hampton Inn Flagstaff
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After a great time in San Diego we arrived in Flagstaff via Phoenix, a town of 65k people and a central spot to stay to see all the natural wonders of Northern Arizona. We stayed in a really charming B & B. Wednesday we saw Sunset cinder field, Wopatki ( native american) pueblos, and finally the Grand Canyon. They were ...
... fill your water bottles up for free - was a female deer or elk as the Americans called her drinking from the fountain. She obviously played that tourist stunt frequently so the cameras could click! I didn't fill our bottles up as the taps would be covered with deer dribble!First stop is a short walk to Mather Point and then ...well words cannot describe the sensation of that first sight. I might have to download a thesaurus onto the Kindle! People around us were making noises ...
... no one to be social with. A guy asked if the seat next to me was taken and I said 'nah mate.' He pondered on this for a few minutes, then said that the phrase I used isn't really American. I'm not I tell him, Australian, 'I thought so' he replied with his British accent. He was passing through too. I wrote for a bit longer and with an invite to skype I braved the cold and walked to my hotel. After some talk with a well needed familiar voice, I went to ...
... so we could stop and gawk and photo anywhere. On the way back, we spotted a couple of cars parked. There was a Bighorn Sheep standing there, obviously terrified of us. Took a picture, but one guy was a pro, he got a great shot. Then, through the Zion - Mount Carmel Tunnel, 1.1 miles, built in 1929. Not big enough for lots of vehicles, but interesting construction. Then by Checkerboard Mesa, and out of ...
... a short side trip down to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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