Quality Inn I-40 & I-17
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn I-40 & I-17 Flagstaff
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... t import from my camera. Frustrating! Definitely the Twilight Zone. And the weather forecast for overnight in the Twilight Zone: more snow! Did I mention Art hates cold weather?
And so begins another travel adventure, complete with a travel blog, even if I am having trouble with the pictures. And if you have travelled with me before via this blog, you know my vacations tend to be chock full of little (and big) surprises. Twists and turns. Unexpected and sometimes ...
... we picked up some of the original but now defunct Route 66, there are still some of the old signs painted on the Tarmac but it has all been re numbered, re routed or bypassed by interstate highways. In some ...
Today we took a short drive to Walnut Canyon National Monument. It was only about 15 miles to the east of Flagstaff so it was very easy to get to. The monument itself had another example of cliff dwellings that date back to about the 12th century. It was different from Montezuma Castle in that instead of one large structure built along a large ledge opening, these dwellings were ...
... road towards Grand Canyon. While payin the $25 it was to enter the Grand Canyon grounds i noticed i have lost my US $ card, or so i thought, i forgot i had a wardrobe change earlier and the card was in my other shorts pocket. Panic over! Lets get the bikes off the roof and go see the Canyon!! Iv been to grand canyon before but even the second time round you cannot actually belive its real, it looks so fake due to the size and depth of it, i think matty was pretty ...
... that is not a ghost town but is seriously affected. We stopped by Bernies Motor cycles and what was a thriving business is now on the verge of shutting. I am sure our T Shirt purchases will not help much but it was better than leaving with out helping out.
The I 40 at 75 to 80 MPH for mile after mile with big cross winds and very hot conditions but we did not expect much different, but it was a mind numbing ride with the danger of micro sleeps present at all times.