Ramada Flagstaff East
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... acclimatized ready for Christmas brunch. The mimosas kept on coming and the food was amazing, the spider crab legs being just one high spot. A walk round the forest after brunch and a leisurely day spent in beautiful surroundings. My bedroom in one of the lodges was massive and every channel on TV was showing the same corny film on loop. A restful day in a wonderful ...
We landed in Flagstaff to their tiny but cute airport where they only had one conveyor belt for your luggage and the plane was so small there was no place for carry on luggage.
The first thing that surprised us was how cold it was! This was by far the coldest we had been without any jerseys on us so a mad dash was made for the rental car, which once again turned out to be a Prius, however this time it was the latest model with all the bells and whistles.
... wanted to stop by at Flagstaff because a blog mentioned that there were some cool neon signs from the old Route 66 here. We got there in the afternoon so the lights weren't on yet. We stop at a Sizzler for lunch. I scoff down a prawn linguine dish and Hinesh has a chicken and veggie meal.
We then start the fun of looking for accommodation. Drop in one place hear a price over $100 then move on, drop in another place hear a decent price, look at the room and then ...
... that. There's something a little spooky about walking along a dinosaur pathway and seeing the sheer size of the footprints left behind by those before you. And despite the online critics, I have to say it was a pretty amazing experience. But this is all about the Grand Canyon, an enormous carving by the Colorado River. It is impressive, amazing, breathtaking and ....... Filled with noisy tourists! It occurred to me today that I don't think we've really seen ...
19APR2014 ~ On the Road Again!
We have so enjoyed spring in the desert … the cactus blooms are GORGEOUS! Our garden with continuous blooming geraniums and roses … somehow harvesting zucchini and tomatoes in early March is really exciting to those of us that usually harvest in July and August!