Quality Inn I-40 & I-17

Address: 2000 S. Milton Road, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2000 S. Milton Road, Flagstaff, is near Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, Flagstaff Visitor Center, Northern Arizona University, and San Francisco Peaks.
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    Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

    Gotta Love Flagstaff

    A travel blog entry by glen_linda on Jun 11, 2015

    33 photos

    ... constantly in the distance; it never blew it's horn so it wasn't annoying at all. The office staff were very friendly and helpful; there is a small store and sandwich shop on premises. We had our mail forwarded there as well so it was a good place for us.

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    Stuck in the Mud

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Mar 18, 2015

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... Phoenix at mid day so off we trundled.   Made it through just fine, stopping regularly at rest stops for a break.  We didn't want to stress ourselves too much on the first day of driving RV in over two months and the first time driving for a long stretch in 4 months.  The road and traffic complied. Getting "back in the saddle", of traveling means we had to remember a lot of little details.  Thank goodness we have our checklists.  CharLi, our RV aka "the ...

    The Colorado Plateau

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Nov 08, 2014

    41 photos

    The Colorado Plateau, all 337 000 square kilometres of it, rises up roughly centred on the junction of the four states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. It was pushed up three kilometres from below a great inland sea about 75 million years ago by the same forces that formed the Rocky Mountains but, unlike the mountains, has remained geologically stable. The Ice Ages, starting about two million years ago, provided a wetter climate that greatly increased excavation ...

    Route 66

    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 04, 2014

    12 photos

    ... pet one of the donkeys which in turn tried to steal his bag, realising i wasnt giving him anything the donkey tried to headbutt me, little ass he is (haha). There was a small store next door to the photography place we went into and the guy behind the counter was a fireman and askin to help donate towards his station, all of a sudden with talk of the fire brigade matty had a bulge in his pants, not a very big one at that though. Enough of the donkey and inbreds let get back ...

    Sunset Crater & Wupatki

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 06, 2014

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... the breeze - incredible - like a supercharged air conditioner with air that smelled of my childhood home's basement. At that moment, quite possibly the greatest geological feature on the planet. I didn't want to leave; too busy standing over it to take a photo, I found this one on the interwebs for your reference. If I ...