Howard Johnson Inn Flagstaff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... flying down below us in the canyon, that was a bit strange. The best one of all was the Elk that walked across the road in front of us! They are very quite we saw two more after that as well and they don't seem worried by people at all.
After we had our fill at the Canyon we hopped back in the car, said goodbye to Smokey the bear (no Yogi bear here) and headed to Flagstaff (otherwise apparently known as Cars Town) ...
... concerned, "why weren't the locals dining here?" In fact, one couple leaving left us mixed opinions on their dining experience. But we decided to go in anyway.
Granny’s was a family style restaurant located along Historic Route 66 – which is the famous route used to travel from Chicago to LA decades before the US Interstate system was built. We've gone through several towns on our trip thus far that have ...
... interest in the Four Corner photo opp; I let her choose the route. Me: "...I mean, what are state boundaries anyway? Imaginary lines dictated by politicians? Are they 215 million year old trees that have turned into stone? So...which way do you want to go? Totally up to you..."
We drove into Gallup right around lunch time; to save a little daylight, we broke one of my travel rules and went for ...
We ended up being at Slide Rock longer than we had planned, so we skipped some of the other stuff we had heard about and went on to do some hiking. There's a highway south of Sedona that winds through the red rock formations and has parking for trails throughout the area. We stopped at Bell Rock and hiked around there for a couple of hours. The hike was beautiful and really relaxing. It was neat to see the how the light changed the colors of ...
... we read it was a must see icon of an era gone by. Unfortunately, it is nothing but a bar and we turned around and exited quickly. Several restaurants from the 40s and 50s still exist. We ate at the one with gas pumps and yes, it was an old gas station in Williams.
On a whole, I was expecting to take a lot more pictures, but there just isn't that much left. But it was neat to see what is still there.