Sleep Inn at North Scottsdale Road
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... but they said NO! A stop for some shopping and back to his place for the rest of the day. Did some more at his house, watched some movies and off to bed. We have had a good time talking this time. Not sure if I will leave tomorrow or not. Also talked to Susie a couple of times this week and Lee is in the hospital and things do not look good for him.
July 19th-Friday- I finally got a good night sleep! And I feel much better!! Finished some ...
... North to South) you could walk up to some of the big pieces. These things are amazing and they say people still take pieces even though they have warnings all over the park and give you a piece of paper that says if you get caught, it is a $325 fine. .
So then, I exit the park and head Northwest to Holbrook (66 West). It's a great day so I don't mind making my way back - especially ...
... out at a pass of sorts, at about three miles. We stopped for a small snack on a nice bench there and relaxed a bit. Then we climbed some more. It wasn't a bad climb, but just another climb that we had forgotten about.
We finally merged with the Go John trail which leads down a series of switchbacks to the parking lot. We were at about four miles by then. We were both getting tired. Lynn was not happy. We walked a bit down the road and ...
... venture out on the free scottsdale trolley bus. so cute they use old square tram like buses with rather uncomfortable wooden seats..the driver was very friendly and suggested we got off in Old town to explore...This area has been renovated to look just like a cowboy town with saloons and bars having swinging type stable doors all made of wood and wooden decking with places to tie up your horse..lol... it was interesting but really ...
Last few nights have followed exhausting, long days so finally got a few minutes to bring a waiting world up to date on our fascinating forays.
Our trip to Four Corners went pretty much as we expected. A 40-mile diversion from our direct route to Shiprock, the Corners have been turned into a tourist trap, run by the Navajo tribe. It costs $3 to go stand on the Corners marker, where your companion takes a photo of you in a silly pose (attached photo will illustrate). The Corners ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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