Horseshoe Ranch

Address: \N, Mayer, Arizona, \N, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Mayer, is near Art Mart of Sedona and Agua Fria National Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Mayer

On the way to London

A travel blog entry by johnandmay on May 20, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... homes and great art shops. Marion really spoilt us, and gave us a wonderful time. We travelled to Pheonix Airport by early morning shuttle and watched the sun rise over the desert. Fabulous big Cacti .....the ones with big arms. The flight took us over grain growing areas, Kansas,Virginia and into Baltimore. Colonel Bill was waiting for us at the top of the stairs as he promised and took us their home in Maryland. It is a very pretty ...

Prescott, Arizona

A travel blog entry by johnandmay on May 12, 2015

5 comments, 9 photos

... to Clair and Philippa and head south to Pheonix. For those of you who don't know Clair and Philippa.....they came to ChCh for 7 summers and had a home in St Albans. Philippa is a kiwi who lived on a farm as a child that was close to Barrhill (where our home farm was). When she married,they moved overseas and eventually settled in San Fran. Clair loves old cars, has recently sold his Model A and now has a beetle VW. Marion/Lee (née Matheson..Johns dads ...

Indian Country

A travel blog entry by lacasarodante on Apr 18, 2015

3 photos

... who still farm there. Nor is it open to recreational visitors for hiking and camping except when in the company of a Park Service Guide or a local Navajo with a jeep or ORV to take you around. And it retains its sacredness with both Navajos and non-Navajos as the location of a potential spiritual experience.

When we arrived at the park, we set up camp in the park’s campground. After dinner, while walking around the campground, we met ...

Day 4 - Full day of the Sedona area

A travel blog entry by expeditioners on May 24, 2014

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We had an early start for our first stop which was Fort Verde. The Fort was established in 1872 to protect farmers in the Verde area from the native Indians. A few era built buildings still stand that are furnished as they were in the late 1800's. Next we visited the Montezuma Castle (cliff dwellers). This is a very nice park with tons of information on the Sinagua people ...

Water and leeches

A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

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... It and Montezuma's well have nothing to do with Montezuma. He never came here and had nothing to do with either place. The Spanish thought they were Aztec...thus the name. They were wrong and they're trying to get it renamed to something more appropriate. We had seen the cliff dwellings at Gila in New Mexico and really enjoyed going through the places that the ancient inhabitants lived. We thought the castle would really be cool as it was ...

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