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... It has quite the history; a town founded for a copper mine and then run by brothels and saloons. It was deemed the “wickedest town in the west.” It also had a jail which slid from it’s original location down the cliff, remaining somehow intact. It took root in the middle of the main drag of the town, so after some time they just pushed it a bit farther so that it would be out of the way.
After Jerome we wandered to ...
... and windy roads to its summit, we appreciated the moniker even more. Cottonwood is a cool, kitschy town with lots of neat old shops and food joints such as Bings Burger Station – a converted gas station serving great burgers. We also went twice to Bocce – a modern wood fired pizza restaurant with an outdoor bocce ball court near the fire ring-seating.
This area of Arizona just got added to our “Places we might want to visit ...
... stay in Sedona. The most memorable for us was the Palatki ruins and pictographs located about 20 miles from Sedona. The ruins date between 1100 to 1300 AD when the Sinagua people built and lived in them. The other ruins we saw also dated approximately within this period. It is believed that the Sinagua people later assimilated into the Hopi and Yuvapai tribes. The pictographs which were nearby but ...
... I read and Ben played on the iPad. We all got to bed around 10pm. The temperature cooled to 54 degrees overnight, which made for great sleeping. The next morning, Abe was up early, making all sorts of noise in the camper. He was grinning like a little kid at an amusement park. His wish was to go on a hike, and by 6am, I got up and joined him in some coffee and his explanation of our plan. We drove to Bright Angel Point, where we saw the historic El Tovar Hotel and the ...
... Democrats rally. It was a very small group and the congressmen talking to them was an ex teacher and the crowed looked mainly alternative or teacher types.
Followed route 66 to Seligman. Michael was impressed by the long freight trains. There were whole trucks on the trains. The route also seems to be popular with the bike riders. As we pulled into Seligman town there was a horse shoe throwing competition on. There are some ...
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- A Little Disappointing
- Incredible View for the Price
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2250 West Highway 89A, Sedona | 4 star hotelfrom $196
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1800 West Highway 89A, Sedona | 2 star hotelfrom $98
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- Loved every second of the stay!
400 North State Route 89A, Sedona | 3 star hotelfrom $191
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- Incredible views!
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