Mazatzal Hotel & Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arizona was the next state we crossed into the following morning and stopped at
Mart. This was by far the most advanced and up to date store. It provided under
roof parking for a few hundred cars and
best of all, the roof was made up entirely of solar panels. All that power was
obviously fed into the power grid and making money besides giving shade to its customer’s
cars. After some ...
We did an off road Jeep trip with the Aarons up into the mountains. The roads weren't too rough but windy and quite a ride! We had bought lunch from Subway and stopped at the top for a scenic picnic spot. Ellis' hosted dinner that evening for delicious ribs! Pam has a design client at the Boulders. She found some treasures in Care Free and Cave Creek. Cute towns with enormous amounts of ...
Set out this morning after o'night temps of - 16o to the grand canyon . What a sight .too enormous to explain. Shuttle busses around the canyon although some were closed due to ice and snow however not enough to dampen our spirits. No photos to do it justice, but mustbe seen to be believed. Baz is overawed(as am I). Spent the whole ...
... as the government, in their wisdom, stopped selling them on site...ridiculous. We decided to keep going and use the pool at the hotel. The next site we passed was Salt River where, as it was a Sunday, Everyman and his dog was river tubing. It was 44 degrees so we were tempted but very unprepared so we all decided to come back in the morning when it would be both cooler an less busy. After another 13? miles we arrived at our Phoenix hotel, unfortunately it was ...
... Willie grew up on the reservation and by all accounts life was tough. The children were taken away to boarding school after a certain age only seeing their parents for 3 months of the year. They were given English names translated as closely as possible to their Indian names. During the second W.W. 20 young Navajo Indians were recruited in to the army as code talkers. The Navajo language was used to ...