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... The Territorial Capital was moved to Tucson in 1867 but Prescott again became the Territorial Capital in 1877, until Phoenix became the capital in 1889. Today the population of the town and the surrounding area is about ...
... but I figured I’d be able to get a decent sampling.
My sampling turned out more thorough than I expected. At one of the scenic and hiking areas along the road to Sedona at which I stopped, I chatted up a number of fellow travelers on this absolutely beautiful day while we exchanged photo help (i.e., getting folks into their own pictures with their friends/family), and one of these travelers was a frequent visitor ...
... in the session, with nary a nibble over the past hour, when we look down beside the boat and see four or five LARGE trout just swimming by as if to say "we know you don't have your trout stamp and that you can't legally catch us". If we'd had a net it would have been very easy to break the law but instead they just kept on swimming and we just kept on casting a plastic worm to some non-existent largemouth ...
... to the camper for a swim in the pool and a glass of wine. The city of Sedona is an interesting city, geared to the tourist; and they have eliminated many stop signs and traffic lights along the major road through the city, replacing them with “roundabouts”, apparently in an attempt to keep traffic moving. I do not know what the official temperature was today but this afternoon the truck dashboard reading of the outside temperature read 102 degrees.
... lost the map after about 30 minutes.
After Red Rock we headed to Sedona. I don’t know what the big deal is about Sedona. It looks like all the other small tourist towns in the US, except for maybe that it is smack-dab in the middle of the Colorado Plateau which runs from Nevada to Utah and has the some of the most magnificent geological wonders that draw people from all over the world. Gotta love red dust.
THEY had lunch ...
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