The Bradshaw House
Travel Blogs from Prescott
... west onto Scenic Byway 12. Thanks to my good friend, Ann Lippman for recommending this byway. Even in the rain the scenery is extraordinary. Unfortunately the valleys one could stop to view were socked in with fog most of the way. We stopped in Escalante to learn about the Hole-in-the-Rock pioneers who forged a trail through a gap in the rocks. Men, women, and children, horses and wagons made this treacherous six month ...
... we realized that they did not go into effect until 3am for a bike race. It was kind of funny cuz we weren't the only ones. We walked around the square, checked out the shops and interesting people, and looked at St. Michael's Hotel. Matt's Saloon was a stop on G's list of things to do, so we stopped in to have a drink - no old cowboys to teach us how to two-step but horse racing activity was in full swing. It was not very busy, so we were thinking the old cowboys were ...
... FB meet-up, it turned out they were both from Queens, and Carol and I shared our ethnic heritage. I found myself with two new friends in addition to Laura, and Laura found herself feeling briefly left out due to her lack of Yiddish skills and Queens inflection. (Don’t worry, after Carol and Michael departed, Laura and I resumed our 1:1 visit in more conventional language and had a lovely time.)
... me on towards my destination proudly. We don’t need to speak, he knows because you wouldn't travel back there without intention. Seeing the bright colorful decorated signs saying St. Joseph’s Shrine: this way" I find it perfectly and park. It looks completely desolate at first because no one is there and it really is in the middle of nowhere. Gazing at all the hard work put into making signs for direction a walk up the steps to the first sculpture. It’s Jesus ...
... visited over 30 years ago and wanted to see again. It didn't disappoint. We spent a couple of hours along the riverside and dipping our toes in the river. It was really slippery to cross but the water felt so cool compared to the 100 degree weather.
We passed through Jerome, a place which 30 years ago was a Ghost town and now is a thriving arty community. They have taken advantage of its ghost history and it seems to be very popular with bikers. We ...
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 E. Sheldon St., 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