Mazatzal Hotel & Casino
Travel Blogs from Payson
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 ...
Left lake mead at 9.15am today heading south for grand canyon. First stop hoover dam, huge.fascinating structures, everything seems so big here in good old USA.Onward to Kingman and the route 66 museum. Very interesting. Lunched at MrD's route 66 diner, proceeded east on route ...
... type issues such as icing on the wings and instrument procedures. We are learning much and we believe the training will make us safer pilots for the trip. The simulator is nice and cool inside, but outside its 105 degrees. Can't wait to get back to Hawaii where it is cooler.
... to reach Nancy at last.
Just a pit stop, and then on up Highway 60, through the spectacular Salt River Canyon, where I'd been a couple of years previously, into Show Low for gas, and onto 260 West into Payson. Along the way from Show Low I hit a good downpour, so I pulled off to don my rain jacket. By the time I got to Payson I was cold and wet, and didn't feel like hunting up a camping spot, so I ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service