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Travel Blogs from Prescott
... on the Camino. It is not a travel passport and will not get you across international borders. You can only get these through certain agencies ahead of time or at a Peregrino Office in any European country that has one of the Camino routes (not only France and Spain.) It is not only a way to document your journey showing where you've been and when by the stamps, but is also necessary to get your Compastela at Santiago, certificate of completion, ...
... We enjoyed their company and I’m sorry we didn’t have more time to spend with them. Lisa works tomorrow and Steve departs early tomorrow for a Barrett-Jackson car auction in Las Vegas.
On Steve’s recommendation, we drove downtown and toured Whiskey Row. Apparently much drinking was done by famous cowboys and sheriffs in these saloons along one side of the town square. It seems Prescott has a colorful history ...
... outside Prescott (our dogs too!) to hike near an abandoned gold mine from the late 1800s. Yeah, an honest-to-goodess GOLD mine; Kevin would occasionally stop and pick up rocks to show us what the miners had been looking for ("Oh, here! Here's some copper, some zinc... now this is pyrite, or Fool's Gold, but THIS -- this is definitely gold...."). There was some running water in the creek, so the dogs were once again scrambling and ...
We packed up the little bit of camp that was left and headed out from Joshua Tree early. For some reason, that Alan doesn't understand, Cara was up and making noise at 6.30am. Must have been a first, cuz I'm usually the first one up and squawking. Over night the weather had changed dramatically. Three days earlier, when we arrived, the outside temp was over 102 F. This morning the wind howled furiously and the gauge registered 60 degrees. ...
Left Aguila on the way to Prescott, Arizona. Got up at 3 am and left by 4:30 am with Rosalie's high beams lighting the way. Rode 53 miles before breakfast on the most lonely and discouraging roads we have encountered so far. Straight endless roads that extend from 10 to 30 miles into the horizon.
After breakfast in Congress, we encountered the first of many tough climbs. A six to twelve percent grade that went on for six miles to a height of 4800 feet. We finally headed ...
Other places to stay in Prescott
3599 Lee Circle, Prescott | 3 star hotelfrom $126
4499 Highway 69, Prescott | 3 star hotelfrom $103
122 East Gurley Street, Prescott | 3 star hotelfrom $90
- Can't take simple reservations
- A piece of history..
- Sometimes historic is just old...
3453 Ranch Drive, Prescott | 2 star hotelfrom $92
200 East Sheldon Street, Prescott | 2 star hotelfrom $110
- Wonderful hotel
- Nice place for business trip
- Great family friendly accomodations
3645 Lee Circle at Route 69 North, Prescott | 3 star hotelfrom $104
- What a Great Hotel
- Forest Villas What a Nice Surprise
- One of my WORST hotel experiences was at Forest Villas
1290 White Spar Rd., Prescott | 2 star hotelfrom $86
205 W. Gurley St., Prescott | Hotelfrom $99
- Super staff
- ...great sevice, clean facilities
- Best place in Prescott
230 South Cortez St., Prescott | 2 star hotelfrom $93
- Greatest little find of our entire vacation!
- The Vendome is in desperate need of a good cleaning!
- Fantastic, fun, clean, well worth the price, we will return
819 E. Gurley Street, Prescott | Hotelfrom $60