Quality Inn - Flagstaff / East Lucky Lane
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... as the water didn't drain well of these roads. Well, we made it safely to our hotel, a very nice Embassy Suites, and headed back out to Chilli's for dinner. Yes, Chilli's. Kind of a treat after the Richmond Chilli's shut down. But while sitting at our table, it happened. It started snowing! In late April? In the desert? In Arizona? It was then I knew we had entered the Twilight Zone. Which was confirmed when we got back to the room, I sat down to write my travel blog, and my ...
Where to start? What a fantastic day. We set off quite early for Acoma Pueblo (Sky City)
Google it, because there's just eons of history about the place. The ride there was a little chilly but beautiful blue ...
... ubiquitous, and that has become one of the most popular words in his vocabulary. He has also learned to love the concepts of irony and puns.
On a final, but very important, note, I just wanted everyone to know that two months today, we get to see Mom/Grandma and Dad/Papa and we are super excited. We will be spending Christmas and New Years with them in Bali, Indonesia. We miss them so much and while Face Time is wonderful, it will be awesome to see them in person.
... it's closed due to fire recently. No thanks! So we hit the pool, enjoyed Captain Cokes, and the kids swam for a while. When hunger pains hit, and hotel happy hour provided a few snax, we dressed and headed into Old Town where I could spend days! But after nixing an hour wait at a grill we found Apline Pizza and timed it perfectly to get an outdoor table. 4 ind. pizzas, a Caesar salad, and 2 local beers later we were ready to wrap up a day. A good ...
... of town near the mountains. When we arrived Evelyn must have been surprised as we hadn't called but she was cooking her lunch and put on some more eggs so it was enough for us, very nice it was too - eggs with chilli and kale. She told us places to visit and we decided to go to the Heard Museum to find out more about the Indian culture. On the map it was on Central Avenue so after programming TomTom we set off, Evelyn had told us it ...