Days Inn Kokopelli Sedona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I could stay in Sedona for ever! Much different in Scottsdale, we were packed in like sardines at the dirt park attached to the equestrian event center. A bunch of old guys with very fancy hotrods that are pretty much up all night revving their engines, prepping for the show and drinking beer. It was crazy! The line of old cars to get in to the show was at least a mile long, and ran directly ...
... She added a lot of life and fun to the trip. On Monday the 30th, Kris, Abe me and Jacob awoke early to do a short part of the South Kaibab trail that John had suggested. Stunning switchbacks and a deep ascent to "Oh-Ah Point" was our goal. This point is particularly stunning because you can see both left and right. The weather was cool and much of the hike was in the shade, which made it pretty pleasant. Such a great way to start the day before preparing to depart for Monument Valley, ...
... frustration we were finally set up and ready for some food, both of us realized it was late afternoon and the only thing we had eaten all day was a pastry at the coffee shop. We headed back in to Sedona with no real plan. On the way in we both declared that we were craving pizza. We did a little Yelping and wound up at the Sedona Pizza Co. on the main drag. We sat outside and enjoyed the beautiful sunny weather as we devoured a delicious wood fired ...
... is great. It's a quiet park set along a creek in the valley below the red rock formations. We have a private fenced site at the end of our row, with a nice patio and a grassy area. We are a short walk to town, and to amazing hiking trails. We spend time walking, hiking, biking (my front tire tube went flat on our first outing - a craft for Roger), exploring, and doing chin-ups (def'n: the act of pushing one's chin up with one's hand, thereby closing a gaping mouth ...
... the northwest and was in full beam by the time I returned to the Charger. I learned that these trails are normally heavily used by both hikers and mountain bikers but the weather kept most folks away. I only saw one older couple (twice) and a mountain biker. Just how I like it!
I strung together four different trails for a total hike of around 9 miles which I did in just under 4 hours. I was pretty beat though as this was my fourth straight day ...