Hilton Garden Inn - Flagstaff
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... the energy fields in Sedona generally, and in these powerful sites in particular, are due to the composition of the red rocks. It is also stated in the tourist handouts that Sedona is considered to be one of America's most beautiful places (I concur with that viewpoint).
There’s an interesting tale to how Sedona was named. According to the tourist information available, Sedona was named after the wife of T. Carl Schnebly who was among the first ...
... t seen the iconic Arizona cactus, but the drive to Scottsdale did not disappoint - they were scattered everywhere! Our GPS miraculously dropped us off at the PGA golf course for Brendan to explore. After a very pleasant but quick lunch in old historic Scottsdale, it was time to hit the road and get back to the airport to home sweet home in Denver.
... was talking about a 'hiking tour'. Sweet mother, but I was in everyday clothes... I quickly checked my short term memory for data. Yes that's right, so far I've only seen people in hiking clothes. Good Lord, what now? I checked the map. The visitor center was on 2063 m altitude, some 160 feet above the path I was on. That's not a big distance but I have to climb it within a 250 to 300 feet long path. 'Take some drinking water with you on the trip to avoid dehidration' said ...
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