Southwest Inn at Sedona
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Sedona
... the last sunlight disappears, what a magical and energizing experience. We enjoyed it so much and knew it was the best view so we decided to head back at 5am to watch the sunrise next morning. It was so amazing with a lot less people.
That is why we love our early morning missions. After that we head off to do the Red Rock County Scenic Byway. The morning ended with a great breakfast at Secret Garden Restaurant back in Sedona.
... West era of pioneering growth in the 19th century. Once into Iowa and Illinoise the scenery became more attractive as we followed rivers and creeks through prettily wooded areas, dotted with equally pretty villages and towns with neat clapboard houses. At Fort Madison we crossed the Mississippi River on the last remaining double swing-span bridge on the river and the largest in the world. By mid afternoon on our second day we pulled ...
... coming out from the surface of the earth. The vortex energy is not exactly electricity or magnetism, although it does leave a slight measurable residual magnetism in the places where it is strongest."
Anyhow, this Shangri La in Arizona attracts a lot of people not just as tourist. Actually, quite some many celebraties have found a home here.
Nestled amid gigantic red sandstone formations in Central Arizona is the town of Sedona, located a short distance beyond Oak Creek Canyon. It was recommended to us by an American couple we met in New Zealand who described it as being better than the Grand Canyon, so we decided to check it out. As the road plunged down the canyon with the Autumn leaves falling from the trees we didn't know what to expect, but we were both immediately blown away ...
... to Sedona via Interstate fifteen because RV's are not recommended on the scenic road. Once we got onto the local road, we could see the red rocks and buttes. I've always wanted to spend time in Sedona, thinking it has beautiful scenery and it's an actual place to live, work and play. Obviously the scenery wasn't as impressive as some of the National Parks, but considering the beautiful views are from restaurants, people's homes and just driving ...