Super 8 Payson
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Morning started out cool and it warmed up quickly. Before long, we were shedding our jackets. We rode Hwy 180 west out of Silver City, then hwy 78, catching Hwy 191 north, which is also known as the Coronado Trail, out of Clifton, AZ. Clifton is a large mining town for copper and gold. The massive quarry being dug was miles large and all the …
... Studios so decided to stick with something we knew. An all you can eat buffet with waiters coming round with a selection of the 10 or so different meats from the grill. They had this really good system where you had a device on the table that if it showed green they kept coming with more meat but when you switched it to red they stopped. Most of the meat was beautiful but some, as Abigail & Oliver put it" still had a heart beat". Tomorrow we try river ...
... nap is good too. “Moderation is all things, especially moderation.” That’s my motto.
That’s it for today. I’ll leave here tomorrow after noon and go as far as Forest Road 300, the Rim Road. I plan to camp there and drive Sooby up the road a bit and hike to get some photos.
I'm now at another campground near the Rim, Sinkhole. It's much nicer than it sounds, believe me. ...
... quite, and very peaceful. Finding the main 40-foot water falls you need to walk to the left of the campground area, and take the far path to the left. I call this walk to the falls easy-to-moderate. There are a few areas that you need to watch your footing, and duck under some branches. If your looking to do some fishing there is a large sized pool just off to the right about 50 yards from the campground. Past that you come upon ...
So far, we've spent the most time in Arizona. Starting with a long drive from Albuquerque through Tony Hillerman country (check out his mystery novels) to Flagstaff with a stop in the Painted Desert/ Petrified Forest National Park along the way. We skipped Chaco Canyon National Historical Park leaving Albuquerque on the advice of some locals, again because of the weather (there is only a dirt road into Chaco). ...