Quality Inn I-40 & I-17
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It is Sept. 28th and we are still in Sedona instead of at Zion National Park as planned on our schedule. On Wednesday the 17th we were 15 miles from Sedona in the RV when after getting to the bottom of a steep and long grade there was a beeping tone we had never heard before. Then a grinding sound as Jon drove the rig to a stop on the side of the highway. He thought it might be a problem with the tow car, but ...
After a great time in San Diego we arrived in Flagstaff via Phoenix, a town of 65k people and a central spot to stay to see all the natural wonders of Northern Arizona. We stayed in a really charming B & B. Wednesday we saw Sunset cinder field, Wopatki ( native american) pueblos, and finally the Grand Canyon. They were ...
... it always does! Terry and Nancy leave tomorrow heading home we will miss them but it sure was good to see them we always have great adventures together!
6/11/14 We went to Sunset Crater today and it was beautiful its another valcano its so pretty with the landscape left from the eruption. It was a 32 mile drive off of rt. 89 that takes you pass the valcano and the Wupatri Indian ruins very pretty you can stand and ...
... of Kane County, is often called "Little Hollywood" because of its film-making history over the years. This town of 4,300 sits at the hub of the southwest's national parks and offers exciting vacation opportunities year round. Kanab is located seven miles north of the Arizona border on U.S. Alternate 89, and is centrally ...
... I'd have to have a go, but would be some way down. On my third day here I met a German at the hostel who is doing his MBA in Texas and acting as assistant track coach - he's not quite performed to his potential at the marathon, a 2:31 not quite in keeping with a 67 half. Just another runner, passing through. It isn't just the Americans (and lone Brit), either, with a news article saying that ...