Quality Inn - Cottonwood
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... local speciality on the house. Again the portion sizes where enormous and we were well fuelled up for the day.
We headed off to visit Tuzigoot another ancestral village built upon a ridge and contained about 100 rooms. Its name is actually an anglacized version of the Apache name it was given by one of the excavation crew members when it was first discovered Like Montuzema it was entered via ladders and through trapdoors in the roof. There is a path ...
First off we left the hotel. Next we had around and hour and a half drive to get Four Corners. When we got there they had a monument thing and I got to stand in four states at the same time! After that we drove by the terrible land that the government gave the Indians. We went to McDonalds to eat and then got checked into the condo after that. The condo is awesome and I just chilled there and then went to ...
... doesn't mean there isn't life in the water....as millions of fresh water leaches live under it's surface. Nice. There are ducks in the water too....probably eating the leaches and arthropods.
Because of all the water, down in the well is something seldom seen in these parts......lush green grass. Probably the first I've seen in this state not on a golf course. There's also a little graffiti that they left on the cliffs. When ...
It was a weird feeling taking a day off from Maggie & flying. The reprieve was much-needed though. We drove Papa out to get his shiny new Lincoln, ran errands, did the obligatory Dallas sightseeing (Pioneer Plaza, City Hall, JFK Memorial, Hillcrest High School ;-) and had a burger at the Burger House. Coupled with cheese fries, Johannes is beginning to appreciate why the average American is slightly larger than the average German. A dip in the ...
More red rock…you'd think I’d be tired of it at this point…haha, well it doesn’t amaze me as much as before, but there are some formations of interest in the Sedona area. All the stuff I saw was in the Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness (cool enough name?) and it is vast. I hiked almost 40 miles in three days, but I only covered a portion of the trails out here. The elevation here is only ...