The L Motel Flagstaff
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Good morning all! We are enjoying the 3 hour time difference and being "morning" people (that's a first for Paige). We have lots to talk about so let's get to it...
Wednesday morning we departed from Elk City around 10AM and continued our journey west. On our way out of town, we stopped by the National Route 66 museum and bought a $6 "map" …
Well we finally made it to route 66, staying in a motel in Flagstaff on route 66, $52 for 2 nights. We drove down from Utah and came within 45 mins of the north rim of the Grand Canyon. We have been so spoilt with national parks we actually contemplated driving the extra distance to see it - can u believe!!!!. Typical America, it was worth the …
Lake Mead National Recreation Park; Hoover Dam;
Thanks so much to Amanda and Josh for opening up their home in Flagstaff. Sadie loved playing with Cita and Sombra, her buddies from Seattle. Amanda's job as a midwife on the Navaho Reservation is about to start. Josh is enjoying being a music major at Northern Arizona University. Our daughter Cory has gotten to spend time with Amanda's parents, Charlie and Robbie, it was fun to have time with Amanda and Josh. We got to hear about her career aspirations and settling ...
... the old buildings are still along the various stretches, but are in sad need of repair or have gone beyond the point of repair. The pictures we took are of a few of the icons that are still there. Perhaps the most famous of all is the Teepee Motel in Holbrook, AZ. Don't think I'd want to stay there, but it is better than many of the motels along old 66. The Museum in Flagstaff dates back to 1931. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed