La Quinta Inn & Suites Prescott Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of this historic town. Every weekend – both day and night – there is something going on. Friday evening we were entertained by Shri Blues Band, a Prescott AZ based band. They truly were awesome.
Saturday the plaza hosted a daylong event called Woof Down Lunch at the Plaza. The event offers vendors; live music; dog obedience, agility and K-9 Unit demons; raffles; dog contests; kid ...
... canyon we drove, the cooler it became. I was glad we had brought sweaters and rain jackets. North of Flagstaff it began to snow for a while and the temperature continued to fall. By the time we got to the Grand Canyon, it was 35F (3C)! The tour company provided us with a delicious box lunch which we ate in the warmth of the lobby of the El Tovar hotel. Unfortunately, the canyon was completely socked in by clouds. Most of the ...
... The “Monkeys” song begins informing us we are on the “Last Train to Clarksburg” – close enough. In addition to the Pullman-style seats in our coach, there is also a dedicated open air car which we can access. The open-air viewing car is equipped with shaded canopies. Attendants well-versed in the canyon’s history, geology and wildlife shared highlights of our journey and answered questions. Being outdoors in the open air car ...
... their "apartments" in the cliffs that border Beaver Creek. From there we visited Bell Rock as well as other butte formations just outside the Village of Oak Creek. Then, based on advice of some friends and a local we went to Airport Road overlook of Sedona. It is a great view over Sedona but like most of our site-seeing, the beauty of the Sedona butte's and mountain formations ...
April 11, 2014.
As you probably know since you are reading this, I am walking the Camino de Santiago on the Camino FrancÚs route May 6 to June 17. About 500 miles of discoveries by foot.
This is the first entry of a travel journal I am starting for this trip. The Camino FrancÚs is one of the oldest and most popular of the traditional routes started by the original pilgrims more than 1,000 years ago.
My journey starts May 6 ...