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Travel Blogs from Holbrook
... we found much needed rest.
Escaping the summer heat, we arrived in Holbrook Sunday, June 22, 2014. Bonna chose this as our first destination because we've passed by the Painted Desert/Petrified Forest National Park for years and she decided we needed to take a tour of the area. We checked into OK RV Park and set up for the next few days. Tomorrow we’ll check out what Holbrook has to ...
... surprised that there are plenty of logs for sale in the Gift Stores outside the National Park.
It was a magical afternoon, there were short trails along the way you could walk if you did not have a bad back and it wasn't 90oF! We ate lunch at a picnic area and concluded this had been a brilliant visit, perhaps on a bit of a whim, and the best decision of the day. We then made our way into Holbrook, Arizona for one night with the Grand Canyon ...
... quality of the art and gifts in the shop and Dolly purchased a pair of earrings.
Down the road again and we stopped by the Visitor Center of the Petrified Forest National Park. It was well done and very informative. We didn't do the entire park, opting for a northern loop. I was relatively low on gas and didn't want to get caught in no man's land and run out of gas. The loop ...
... br> SUNDAY 4/13-Woke up early since the sun rises before 6:00 and by 9am the wind was blowing close to 30 mph. We went into town and visited the Old County Courthouse which was finished in 1893 and houses a museum. It appears this was one of the wildest towns in the territory around 1880's and was the home of wanted men and cattlerustlers which I guess many of the towns were. Besides having some of the original rooms like the ...
... students from Arizona State, managing to make us feel old?! Route 66 then took us alongside the I-40 through small towns like Peach Springs and Seligman and Kingman where we stopped for the night, close to the California border. We went slightly off the route the next day to go to see London Bridge in Lake Havasu City. Getting there involved another winding road going up and over the Black Mountains, with burros (donkeys) and bikers crossing our paths. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed