Knights Inn Flagstaff
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... amp; low water levels after the drought) & so we sweltered that night. Moving further south but higher in altitude, the National Forest around Prescott (Arizona) has been cooler & relaxing... In general we avoid the built up areas & concentrate on National Parks/Monuments and National Forests. Not many hikes yet (it's still too hot), just short walks at the ...
... here are the Stats as of 5/2/2014:
Rivers Crossed - 21
Bathroom Stops - 12
Sandwiches Eaten - 30
Toddler Tantrums - 3 *** Several others in the hotel room...
Meals in Van - 5
Gas Stops - 7
Dr. Peppers - 8
States 8 (IL, IA, NE, WY, CO, UT, NM, AZ)
Restaurant Meals - 2
Loads of Laundry - 6
Meals Cooked in Hotel - 3
Total Miles, Gallons, Avg MPG -1,928.40, 115.903, 16.63
... we are heading down to ...
... where the dwellings are located. You aren't at the bottom of the canyon looking up or on top of the mesa looking across at a dwelling high on the next cliff. You are right there, halfway up the cliff, walking the same path the ancients would have walked to get from one cliff dwelling to the next. You can enter the cliff dwellings and look out into the canyon, seeing the same view and neighboring ruins that the ancient people would have seen from their doorways. We took ...
... used on Sundays or for weddings – it is too small. It is something else and located on Chapel Hill.
On our tour the guide told us about all the movies filmed here and how many famous people lived here. Lucille Ball, Sharon Stone and others. This is a four season area with the winter and summer being the most crowded because of the beauty of the area, things to do, and the moderate temperature. It was cool ...