BEST WESTERN PLUS Winslow Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Capistrano and Southern California without too much traffic, but a little bit of rain. Leaving the hustle and bustle of SoCal felt good, cleansing. It was nice to once again see desert and places without people and traffic.
By the time we got to the Mojave Desert, we thought we would be out of the rain and cooler temps (70 degrees!), but we were wrong. The rain and cooler temps continued to follow us. We stopped for gas in ...
One of our spare days we wandered out to the Barringer Meteorite Crater .....
Fifty thousand years ago, a giant fireball streaked across the North American sky, it struck the earth in what is now northern Arizona, exploding with the force of 2 ½ million tons of TNT.
The crater is named for ...
... The Hopi migrated here in the 1300s, building their villages with the stones in the area. The site we visited contained the remains of about 1500 rooms; quite an extensive area. Unfortunately vandals have destroyed areas while looking for artifacts. Still, we could identify the outline of some of the rooms, and scattered about are shards of pottery. The Hopi picked this site because of its proximity to the Little Colorado River, and the panoramic ...
... a nice hot spa and swim (with giant dead centipede in the pool)
Took a drive into historical downtown Winslow later, this was the town in the EAGLES song,
"Take it Easy"
" I was standing on the corner of Winslow Arizona such a fine sight to see"
" It's a girl, My lord, In a flatbed ford, slowing down to take a look at me"
So course I had to get my picture taken on this famous ...
... with lush vegetation in the middle of a desert. It is a limestone sink formed by the collapse of an underground cavern with some cliff dwellings in the walls that surround it. The springs that feed it flow constantly so 1.6 million gal. go through in one day. There is no fish in this well so if you drank it you would die from arsenic but when it flows out to the creeks it becomes safe to drink. You can walk down to the waterfall and ...