Magnuson Hotel Adobe Holbrook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsMagnuson Hotel Adobe Holbrook
Staff are friendly, rooms very basic - needs a bit more care & upkeep but it'll do for a nice stay over.
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Woke 7.30pm, to having to sort photos out on ipad, we had reached maximum storage and had to transfer all photos over to icloud to make room for more photos for the blog. Left at 9.30am to go look for A1A Breaking Bad Walt's car wash, Andy had found octopus car wash on the map. He also put the wrong snow heights in the sat nav so we went miles in …
... started to show in the sky I resigned myself to accept that we would not arrive in time. But. Somehow a miracle happened and we ended up parking close to the entrance gates and rushed in in time to see the spectacle. Words cannot describe the awe inspiring sight of hundreds of hot air balloons in many bright colours and shapes preparing to take flight. Filling the huge balloons with hot air and watching them inflate, a ...
The last 2 day have been amazing, the riding, roads & the sights, we haven't been able to wipe the grins from our faces. Firstly, the people here just love to talk to us (Aussies) and they are so friendly, plenty of advice of where to go and what to see. The Food - we've eaten enough burritos and enchilada's to fill a small village, plenty of it Ange & I normally share a meal most of the time, everything come with fries, coleslaw, salad, etc....but ...
... I had to ask him to slow down a bit. I also found walking along the rim of the Grand Canyon with no rail a bit unnerving in spots. It didn't bother Dan any, though. It was a beautiful walk, and we took many more photos. We only went to 5 of the overlooks; we had already taken hundreds of pictures and didn't feel the need for hundreds more.
We stopped at the Red Lake Rock Shop ...
... employees of the Civilian Conservation Corps rebuilt it. In 1940 the Fred Harvey Corporation took over management of the inn. It closed in 1942 as government monies were reallocated to the military. It was renovated and opened and closed numerous times until 1975 when it was scheduled for demolition, but a public group lobbied to save it. In 1976 the inn was listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. In 2006 it was ...