Quality Inn - Cottonwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Cottonwood
... were the scrubs. So it was a very enjoyable 90 minute bus ride. The Grand Canyon itself was amazing and extremely vast. The layers of rocks were beautiful as they were all reds, blacks , oranges and yellows. It was hard to take it all in and understand that the perception that was being seen was different to its reality. Lunch and souvenir shop was great bought some little prezzies Dinner time comes around and . . . we go to ...
We settled in here maybe around 2pm.... we do enjoy getting off the road early even if we haven't driven very long. We decided we will stay here two nights as we want to visit another national monument, Montezuma's Castle, about 7 miles from here and also the Fort Verde Historic State Park. We drove down the 89A through Oak Creek Canyon to Sedona. I read that Oak Creek Canyon is second to the Grand Canyon and ...
... I have nothing to complain about here and its boring to read, but I will MORE than make up for that in the next one!) Went out for more amazing food to a restaurant that again was unplanned, but done on the hope that Alicja and Dom could find their future husband which I can completely empathise with as would also very much like a visa over here ;) Had a starter, which is more than a regular main meal over here, then was in heaven with the desert! We had planned on staying another night ...
... 3 miles from the Castle. Another amazing visual. This is a limestone sink (hole) formed by the collapse of an immense underground cavern. It is a huge hole called a well, very similar to Zenotes that we saw in Mexico. Springs feed water into the well. Again there are dwelling ruins indicating that the Sinagua People built dwellings within the cliff walls of the well. These ruins are not as intact as the ...
... park where we were staying to just relax and catch up with Gran and Gramps. They motored down to Arizona quite quickly so they could spend more time with us, so they were ready for some down time and so were we.
The boys had fun climbing trees and we did some fishing at the lagoon. We caught 5 small fish that had to be thrown back. The kids don't mind if we can't ...