Super 8 Payson
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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I'm about to leave here from Payson soon to start hitchhiking and traveling again. My destination is unknown and my departure bitter sweet. I have met a lot of amazing people since I've been up here. Many of these people I can say are going to be lifetime friends. And they understand why I am doing what I am doing. I have called the road home and the sky my ceiling for so long.. and ...
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By the end of the day I had been thoroughly dazzled by Mother Nature and arrived in Springerville, AZ, just fifteen miles from the NM/AZ border.
Today I traveled through the Apache, Sitgreaves and Tonto National Forests on my way to Payson, AZ. More beautiful country, but enough said for ...
... which have been totally interesting – the good news about the Navajo reservation is that it has increased in size since the original pittance of land they were given by the government. Previously there was only one hotel in the area where all the old movie stars would stay when they were shooting westerns; now the tribe has their own hotel – "The View" - which when we return will stay at – because the view is ...
... my grandparents live there! Payson is a village with 16'000 people living there and it looks like the wild wild west! It has 1000 cactusses, a cowboy bar, Mc Donalds, KFC, Burger King and a small airport. The wealthy people in Payson have their houses with their own, attached Hangar! If you don't see it yourself you won't believe it... Uebrigens: Es war wunderbar meine Grosseltern wieder zu sehen! Sie haben mich total ...
... location in the hills. It is slowly turning from a ghost town (literally) into an artist's colony and has a lot of potential (how's that for a euphemism?). We had a terrific lunch there at the Red Rooster...check it out. Prescott looks like a nice place to live, but even 100 miles from Phoenix the sprawl (read traffic lights) makes it a little hard to navigate. In Phoenix, we watched the US men's national team ...