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 …
... my cuzzie Gareth in Michigan (cool to talk to family on "our" Christmas Day) and then headed out to Twin Arrows Casino (about 15 minutes down the motorway) to have dinner at the Zenith Steakhouse. What a fantastic meal, we were spoiled from start to finish. Celyn pulled out the "fancy" for the real napkins (only the second time he had used them - the first in Grand Canyon), and the kids loved the bottomless soft drinks - a new one arriving before the last one ...
... They have signs all over and when we were here 5 years ago, Fred asked them if they had a Moxie sign. They didn't so he sent them one. We stopped to see if it was hanging in a place of honor. It wasn't in the store and the owner thought that his wife had kept it in their house, because apparently their home is just like the store. Too bad we couldn't see it but glad to know it has a good home.
... on the cliffs of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking