Ramada Flagstaff East
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... rim into alcoves in the canyon walls, maintaining the gardens on top. After 150-200 years, they left the canyon dwellings and moved on.
We spent the majority of a day here. Great hike - my mom loved it! Back at the hotel, I'm on my iPad when she asks if I'm searching for the closest Dairy Queen.
... down to Las Vegas. Depending on what this snow does and what the weather.com site calls for, the trip may have to be modified.
A few pics follow. God Bless the USofA. This is a spectacular beautiful nation that pics can not adequately display. Rhonda has some pretty awesome pics from the trip thru New Mexico into Arizona. The landscape is some of the MOST spectacular scenery I have ever had the pleasure of viewing.
... the 2nd one pretty good. After check out we grabbed one last coffee to share. We ordered a standard latte, which has no added anything except coffee and milk.
With our bellies definitely filled with coffee we headed off to walnut canyon. On the way through we saw a big mob of mule deers? They had big ears like a mule. They weren't all that quiet, but we hung around and got to see them crossing the road. So ...
... which was just like going down ...
... the turn of the century, with an other-worldly view of the canyon and an actual bar. Because even the El Tovar’s WIFI connection was awful, it took the greater part of the hour I paid for to transmit my emails. So we enjoyed the El Tovar’s lobby about as much as we would have had I planned better and booked us in here instead of Camp Mabry barracks. So there.
We went back to our AC-less room, and watched our flat-screen TV until we fell asleep.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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