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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Pines Motel Cottonwood
Travel Blogs from Cottonwood
... letters painted into the mountainside] in the distance. The history of the use of the surrounding Marsh Trails over the years was very interesting.
After our experience attempting to travel up the mountaintop to Oatman previously and with advice from other locals, we decided not to attempt Jerome in the RV. [Sorry, brother Jerry].... Instead we spent a lovely day in Historic Old ...
... complained and after quite some time the manager brought another plate but by then I'd had half his steak but he did agree they should not have been served and so didn't charge. Then we stopped at a small bar and played some pool - the owner, Ian, was a really nice guy originally from Oregon and was telling us all about his Dutch family he still goes to see in Amsterdam. Back to the hotel and I could swear the people upstairs were in the room with us, doesn't bode well for ...
Today was a calm day. First of all, we went to tuzigoot. Tuzigoot is a place the Indians made a long time ago out of stone stuff. In the information building it told us everything about it. After tuzigoot, we went in to cottonwood, clarkdale and Jerome and walked around the old town. Jerome was a ghost town 50 years ago but now it has lots of shops and artist colonies. We ate out and then went back to the condo. Now we are packing up cause we leave Sedona and Arizona in the ...
... us at times. Eventually we made it to the top & went up a curving ramp to go up to the actual chapel. It is much smaller then I would have imagined. It rather small inside, probably able to fit about 70 people but the ceilings were high & the wall facing the valley was all windows except for a giant cross in the middle. If not for the people going in & out & my crazy two minions it would have been a lovely place to sit & pray & meditate for awhile. After ...
This was the highlight of the day. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic Chapel built on red rocks against a background of red rocks and sits high in the hills with the most fantastic view you can imagine. The opening picture of the plaques are outside the front doors tells a little bit of the story and the church is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The first pictures are from the bottom looking up and it ...