Quality Inn I-40 & I-17
Travel Blogs from Flagstaff
... the Sinagua first established permanent settlements around AD 600 along the canyon rim, where they mastered dry farming (corn, beans, squash). Water was available in the creek on the canyon floor and pottery vessels suggest that they were able to store large amounts of water seasonally. Around AD 1100, some moved ...
... concerned in the least, and commented, "oh, the weather is ONLY calling for an inch or two overnight. An INCH OR TWO????? We are driving a Corvette, for goodness sake. Even in an inch or two, we will be walking where ever we venture out tomorrow.
We have 3 areas to visit while staying here in Flagstaff and had booked two nights. We were planning on heading North from here into northern AZ, and into Utah, before ...
Had a delicious seafood meal at the casinos sports bar, finishing off with Oreo ice- cream pie. Back up to our most expensive room yet, to find out that the beautiful shutters are actually really **** at doing there job and almost let enough light in to read by. Lucky for me my middle name should be sleep anywhere, whereas kens needs to be has to be just right. After our first proper coffee, ken felt a lot more alive ...
... was the descent down into the ...
... duty at UpSpring is submitting payroll until my replacement can take over, but of course, we are in the least WIFI accessible place in America on the day that it is due. And payroll is not something most people forgive if you’re late. So we began searching for a WIFI connection so I could send my email. We happened upon a far nicer hotel (Sam was quick to point out to me as the planner of our fine vacation), the El Tovar, which is a grand lodge, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking