Quality Inn I-40 & I-17
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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And so onto Flagstaff at 10,000 feet where I and fellow travellers wheezed. A lot colder than Vegas but really pleasant after all the buzz of the bright city lights. Flagstaff has its own university, a good cultural scene and is home to Gore-tex. We arrived at the Little America Hotel in its own Ponderosa pine forest. Despite wheezing and feeling generally yuk the first night ...
... to many of the Puebloan peoples in the Four Corners) featuring a symbolic sipapu hole in their ceremonial kivas. Seeing the matriarchal Hopi society, I'd always chalked up the sipapu legend as a wonderful metaphor for the miracle of birth...until I encountered that blowhole. Otherworldly.
It was a good day.
Our trip to Flagstaff was based entirely on our desire to see the Grand Canyon. After spending the last week being mesmerised by the red rock canyons of Colorado, it was only logical that we would be drawn to the grandest canyon of all. But the drive to Flagstaff was going to be long and relatively boring so to mix things up a little we decided to stop at some dinosaur tracks in Navojo reserve. Walking with dinosaurs! It has a pretty cool ring to it, I'll ...
We left Las Vegas this morning heading for Flagstaff. We stopped in Boulder City for a look around, did a quick trip across Hoover Dam and then on to Kingman where we picked up Route 66, stopping along Route 66 at interesting spots for photo opportunities. It is a lot colder here in Flagstaff, about 10 degrees colder than Las Vegas and going done to 7 degrees ...
... east-west through the middle of Arizona and defines the boundary between the Colorado Plateau to the north, and the Basin and
Range to the south. The Mogollon Rim is about 200 miles long, and ranges between 2000 and 3000 feet in height. In the Sedona region, erosion has gradually eaten away at the rim, moving it northward a distance of about four miles and leaving behind some of the most spectacular and picturesque canyons and buttes ...