Travelodge Flagstaff - NAU Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Flagstaff
That would be me. Another gloriously sunny day and I made my own breakfast in the room rather than going next door to Jack & Janelle's Country Kitchen (yesterday's very sustaining breakfast). Had a bad feeling that the ride would be hot until I got to the Flagstaff plateau high ground.
Stopped at Four Corners Monument & took pictures of …
Well, it appears that the jet stream will continue to pull up that hot southern system. But reading the VOG site gave me some comfort in the Vision's ability to run in desert triple digit heat. Now I feel like my own health is the only thing I'll need to worry about.
So just the front forks seepage to sort out. When I checked today, couldn't …
Well I was offline for a few days while staying in the BIG SUR area I hope you all didnt miss me lol! I spent about five days more there then I had planned but I was in good company and found it hard to leave. The area had a lot to offer and some of the strangest weather Ive ever experienced! The one thing I just couldnt get over was that "layer" …
... inside the wood, and the collection of trees is the largest in the world. This combination of brilliance and abundance does become bewildering, especially when considering the location of the park in a giant geological mixing zone, with colors and topographical variation jumping our from every corner. The park's road stretches about 20 miles through the high desert, and the sky goes forever. Both Pavel and Michael commented on the singularity of ...
... We ended the night with a wonderful cowboy dinner right at the ranch.
We were able to stay there over night and the next morning heard their rooster cock a doodle doing at 5:30am! We were able to see the cow hands feed the horses, and saddle them up for another day.
Then we drove along Historic route 66 in Flagstaff and up ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking