The L Motel Flagstaff

Address: 121 South Milton Road, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 121 South Milton Road, Flagstaff, is near Historic Downtown and Railroad District, Flagstaff Visitor Center, Northern Arizona University, and The WineLoft.
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    Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

    Gotta Love Flagstaff

    A travel blog entry by glen_linda on Jun 11, 2015

    33 photos

    ... loop trail, picnicking space, wildlife & scenic mountain views. The park has spectacular views of the San Francisco Peaks (named after St. Frances of Assisi). It has beginner as well as advanced hiking trails. It rained the day were hiked and it was pretty chilly as well as windy. We still hiked because the views were gorgeous. I took lots of pictures but will only share a few here.

    Sedona We drove to ...

    Stuck in the Mud

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Mar 18, 2015

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... a truck tire place in Tucson two months ago. Sigh.  Oh the joys of driving your own (and only) home down the road. By now you have looked at the photos and are wondering why I am talking about blissfully driving down the road. Ha!  Just to lull you into a false tranquility as we found ourselves in the high altitudes near Flagstaff (elevation 7300 ft) late in the afternoon.  We found a place to refuel west of town after 250 miles of driving and our next destination ...

    The Colorado Plateau

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Nov 08, 2014

    41 photos

    ... on a motorcycle; two weeks of stunning natural beauty, perfect weather and relatively deserted parks. Even the South Rim of the Grand Canyon was free of the usual crush of tourists. We had the North Rim much to ourselves.

    The photos and captions tell the story of our visit better than our superlatives but be assured that the best of our camera work is a pale representation of the original. We have often been underwhelmed by famous places we have visited. The ...

    Day two...HVAC Hell Vacations Along Continuously

    A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 02, 2014

    684 photos

    ... to get it to balance out, but 45 minutes later, we were cruising down the road, cooler than ever. What is it about Americans and coolness? We want to be cool, but we aren't unless we don't care about being cool. We want to stay cool, but we can't tell we are until we walk outside, and everybody else just copies us trying to be as cool as we are, which we know makes them uncool cause they are trying too hard! An interesting dichotomy...I continue. Many hours later we arrived ...

    Grand Canyon. Worth a look or not?

    A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Jun 09, 2014

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... of possibilities. Last day in Flagstaff took us to Sedona and the Red Rock Canyon. En route we passed Dry Beaver Creek but the strangest of all is Glendale Canyon, which actually means valley valley valley. Red Rock Canyon is just that. Sue don't read the next sentence! We enjoyed a steak for lunch! OK Sue start reading again ...the salad bar was excellent. Then the GPS died which added another level of complexity. Off to Albuquerque via Winslow and Gallup on Route 66 and then to Santa Fe. ...