Travel Blogs from Sedona
... back looking for me. It won't surprise you to hear that a lot of movies were shot around here, including some of John Ford’s "Stagecoach", and Sedona is sometimes referred to as Little Hollywood.
As it got dark (and cold) I threw the dice on Hotwire, which sent me to Poco Diablo - a golf resort, 5 minutes down the road. After a hot shower, I drop into Javelina Cantina for a margarita and steak fajitas, flushed and still buzzing from the impressions of Red Rock Canyon.
... and the view of the full moon rising.
I took 2 trolley tours to get the lay of the land, main stop being Chapel of the Holy Cross. It was great having someone else do the driving so I could look around. We visited several different routes showing us how to get to different vortex sites.
From this driver I learned that there is a Senior Pass for all National Parks except for a couple. So I went to the Visitors Center, after ...
... at the Elks we took a driving tour of the scenic lookouts along route 179. Just up the hill from the Elks is a lookout by the airport. The red and gray rock walls that surround Sedona are beautiful to behold, and they have wondrous and fanciful shapes; but they seem to impress with their power. Sedona is reportedly a spiritual place and the Indians considered it that first. Darlene made an appointment for tomorrow morning ...
method to the Canyon. It was the opening of the Railroad that really started
tourism there a century plus ago.
So, anyway, we set off on a 2 and a half hour drive to
Sedona, which proved to be a far more pleasant route than yesterday. We passed
through lots of forests, saw lots of deer along the way, so the miles passed by
quite quickly. We stopped to stretch our legs in an empty car park in the
forest north of ...
... altitude and a completely different landscape of pondorous pines and mountains, not the hot, dry desert you would think. In all it has this great energy throughout the downtown that is great to absorb. I headed out with a group from the hostel to the home of towering red rocks, Sedona. We visited one of the Arizona's state parks and hiked up to the top of a hill to enjoy spectacular views of the area and swam in a creek that had the picturesque Cathedral Rock ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWyndham Sedona
perfect size for the people
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