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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... true. We drove down the street and the woman was actually sat in her garage with the door wide open. She must actually just sit there telling people to get lost. We are quite confused as to why she still lives there if she is having so much trouble and has to do that 24/7. We got a photo of it all the same and then headed to our hotel.
Once we had settled into the hotel we headed 'downtown' as that was the area we were in. We were ...
... we realised that it was heading north. Back on track, we followed the mother road and passed by Manuelito Chapter, now in Indian country & settlements of chief yellow horse. Stopping off just the other side of the state border in Arizona at Tee Pee & Yellow Chiefs trading post. Then passing shortly after was fort courage and then it was just open plains for miles with nothing in sight, but a flat horizon after all the Rocky Mountains we had just come thru. ...
Day 16 and we're leaving Sedona. Our first stop was to see a lava river cave. We headed back towards Flagstaff, the butt of Arizona, and had another run in with bumpy dirt roads. This one was different than the one yesterday in Sedona. It was far narrower and in the Coconino National Forest. Driving the 8 miles seemed like forever on this road, but we finally made it. Now considering it was a Sunday morning around 10 am, we weren’t expecting a large crowd ...
... is also eye-catching. Newspaper Rock is a small jumble of boulders that has over 650 petroglyphs. I can imagine an ancient human turning to his friend and saying " Hey, lets go over to the rocks and see what's new." All the wood here is petrified. Long ago this area was a floodplain and the fallen logs would soak up volcanic silica ash and then be buried in mud. Other minerals like iron, carbon and manganese contributed to the ...
... Jackrabbit - 5 miles"), you were itching to find out what the fuss was about. The place itself has a large and very iconic sign with a picture of a Jackrabbit and the words "IT'S HERE!". The place itself is fairly simple and was closed by the time we got there, so we took each other's photos on the large plastic jackrabbit outside (terribly cheesy!) and, as the light was fading fast, started back for Holbrook.
That's when we encountered the Road ...