View Motel

Address: 818 South Main Street, Cottonwood, Arizona, 86326, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 818 South Main Street, Cottonwood, is near Verde Canyon Railroad, Tuzigoot National Monument, Dead Horse Ranch State Park, and Verde Santa Fe Golf Course.
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      Travel Blogs from Cottonwood

      Montezuma and the Wild West

      A travel blog entry by tan14 on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... After spending some time here we continued down the road a few miles to the little town of Cottonwood which in its day was known as a bootlegging town and popular film location. It had a few famous visitors stay in days gone by including Mae West, Elvis Presley and John Wayne. The main street is listed as a Historic place and contains lots of prohibition era buildings and is great to wander around looking at the old antique shops, boutiques, tasting rooms and ...

      D-Backs game

      A travel blog entry by garyareed6 on Jul 21, 2014

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      Woke up and left the condo and went to the Tigers vs D-Backs game. We got tickets and drove in to Phoenix and took the light rail to chase field. We went into the the Phoenix suns place before we took the tour of chase field. After we went into the Suns ...

      Water and leeches

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

      19 photos

      ... look at the dwellings up close, and see where the water that bubbles up into the well goes.

      Millions of gallons of water a day bubble into the well, and run off the top. It goes through a thin part of the hillside and pops out on the other side. The ancient indians channeled this water to irrigate their fields and help grow food. There are no fish in the well as the water oddly has a very high CO2 content and won't support ...

      Truly Spiritual

      A travel blog entry by beingsue-rdtrip on Oct 16, 2013

      10 photos

      ... a van. This woman started talking to me, asked me if I had water and a flashlight, and I didn't. I thanked her for helping to take care of me and she said that is her job, her name was something like Raven Wise Woman, or something like that. Wasn't thinking much beyond my drum and blanket, I thought I was set. So went back to the car and rearranged and headed up the trail. There on a huge, flat rock below the vortex site was a large group of ...

      Seeing Sedona in Pink! ;)

      A travel blog entry by bugsy.4271 on Jul 12, 2013

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      ... Harold was our guide and he was very professional and friendly. I only had another couple of me so it was quite a bit more personalized than if he had had the full number which was 10.

      The tour is amazing as you go places that are impossible to reach by regular vehicle. At times you swear the jeep is going to roll over or tumble down a path but it is amazing how these pros get you through there. The scenery ...