Travel Blogs from Flagstaff
... event happened at lunch.
2. Be good to others. Forget the promise of a future reward (heaven, karma, whatever you believe) and think about something much more tangible. With such extremes in a narrow time frame, it was easy to reflect: apathy looks miserable. Are happy people more inclined to helping others? Maybe the ability to do good things is the reward. And maybe, just maybe it's the good deeds ...
... around, though a small population or spread out trail running areas mean I haven't seen runners everywhere. It isn't just for running, either - Flagstaff is at just under 7000 feet, putting it right in the sweet spot for altitude training, but that also makes it icy and with snow-capped mountains for skiers. In 2004, Northern Arizona University’s Center for High Altitude Training was designated a ...
... NC, and the Rocky Broad ...
... Yes! I think that's what they did! But all of the buildings in Oatman look that way and that is a part of its charm. The formica topped tables were chipped and the chairs were beat up and crooked, something my Grandmother would have thrown into the junk pile back in the 60's. After walking around town all morning I felt like I needed to wash my hands before lunch and I found that the bathroom was just as much a mess as the rest of the place. I think the sink cabinet ...
It's yet another early start at 8.00 for the coach trip to Monument Valley. First stop is Four Corners where four states meet, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah. Just in the middle of desert it doesn't look much but is surrounded by local Indians selling tourist goods in a very unassuming way. Most people have photo straddling the 4 states, everyone enjoys the stop. Next stop Twin Rocks, 2 stacks that are joined, taster of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking