Executive Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Flagstaff
I'm ready to leave Vegas. The lights are beautiful and it's architecturally amazing while at the same time is just a we bit gritty.
It was time to make some tracks to Santa Fe. There were only two places I really wanted to see on this trip. Santa Fe, Memphis and I think there was one other but, that would make three. I'm so interested in …
This has been a very long day. We are both whipped. Toured the Southwest Indian Foundation museum and gift shop located in the Gallup train station, this morning. A quick ride to Winslow, AZ to be "standin' on a corner". Then on to Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon,( yes martha that is one big hole). We've continue to meet some great people. A Green …
... heat of Tuscon. We are now preparing to make the turn and head for home. ...
... interesting little towns which surprisingly looked similar to a famous kids movie... Also, one extreme to the other going from 46 odd degrees in Vegas to around 18 rolling into Flagstaff tonight. Speaking of Vegas, adult playground , very cool fun & looking forward to catchn up on some sleep tonight... Cannon We started at eagle rider Las Vegas picked up six 2013 street glides Packed and off we went Went to hoofer was bloody hot wanted to go ...
... and Sam Jackson’s query was for clarification of the punch card at the end that indicated his first time through. The Guide informed me that this was the first time he’d ever been called for that. Nice to be unique.
After the obstacle course, we headed to the town of Flagstaff for lunch, opting for the “Himalayan Café,” which was at first unpopular with Catherine (our pickier eater), but she warmed up after tasting ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking