Los Viajeros Inn

Address: 1000 N. Tegner Rd., Wickenburg, Central Arizona, Arizona, 85390, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1000 N. Tegner Rd., Wickenburg, is near Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Vulture Gold Mine, and Robson's Arizona Mining World.
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      What Now ?

      A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 26, 2014

      19 photos

      ... cut their income. It's not huge BUT most of their stuff flies and you can get flights in some pretty rare stuff such as the B17 Flying Fortress.

      I had hoped to fly in the Boeing Stearman Bi plane as it's about 53 years since I last flew in a bi plane, a Tiger Moth out of Turnhouse at the age of 8. However it was not to be so we had a walk round. Unlike a lot of museums we could get inside some of the exhibits. The Flying Fortress was a big bomber for its time but it's ...

      Evan Almost Has a Painful Experience

      A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 25, 2014

      23 photos

      ... infamous 'Tennis Moms' look nice and cuddly and 3) Arizona is a 'Concealed carry' state so the mothers were probably armed!

      Breakfast over we headed back up the Joshua Tree Forest Parkway with JB now the subject of various cactus jokes, too poor to be repeated here. However he gave as good as he got having been handed more ammunition when JRs phone went off at 02:30. This time it was a vet calling about some samples from one of JRs horses that had got lost so ...

      First came the Cactus then came the Machine Guns

      A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 24, 2014

      15 photos

      ... not sure if this was Kentons little joke, but we did point out we were from Scotland and got a big round of applause. The safety briefing advised lots of water and sunblock as well as eye and ear protection. There was also a warning about rattlesnakes and scorpions! I Now have to be a little careful as I do not want to offend our hosts. As a child I remember the National Anthem being played at big public events in the U.K. This died out at all except ...

      We hit the road.

      A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 23, 2014

      24 photos

      ... asking us how we'd voted in the Independence Referendum (Scotland had voted to see if it wanted independence from the U.K. the month before 55.3% No 44.7% Yes, our party were 3 NO 1 Yes) At this point Kenton Tucker who I'd been e mailing and sending vast amounts of $s to arrived and offered me a lift up to the range in his WW2 jeep fitted with a 30 cal Browning in the front and a 50 cal in the back. Pity none of the team took a picture of me in it but that's friends for you!

      The King of the Kokopelli World

      A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 06, 2014

      5 comments, 9 photos

      ... town designated in 1864 as the capital of the pre-statehood Arizona Territory. With many Victorian-style homes, Prescott has 809 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Known for its western and cowboy feel, Prescott annually hosts Frontier Days, a rodeo (featured in the 1972 film Junior Bonner), and a Bluegrass Festival. The 2014 Bluegrass Festival, which has free admission, will be held June 21 and 22 at the Yavapai ...