Apple Orchard Inn

Address: 656 Jordan Road, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 656 Jordan Road, Sedona, is near Cathedral Rock, Airport Mesa, Evening Sky Tours, and Main Street.
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      Travel Blogs from Sedona

      And again, Over Hill and Dale...

      A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Sep 23, 2014

      4 comments

      ... which was a relief after our time in Mesa...


      We took a couple of walks around the campground and met one fellow driving a restored 1970 Paris Model Westfalia Camper Bus. He'd been to Jerome, Arizona at one for the largest VW Rallies in the country. There were over two hundred busses there plus other varieties of VeeDubs. The exterior of the bus was a dead ringer for ours. The interior, however, was entirely different. A sweet rig, which ...

      Just one last sight before we started back

      A travel blog entry by etrain on Sep 19, 2014

      ... had a small amount of water with us... neadless to say, I don't think I was very 'open' to the energy and we turned back after probably half a mile. It was pretty and I'm sure if I wasn't tired and been hiking for 5 days prior, I probably would have loved to continue on.

      Then it was the long trip back to Las Vegas for the flight in the morning.
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      Pink Jeeps and Vortices

      A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 19, 2014

      108 photos

      ... Frank Lloyd Wright, was aborted due to the outbreak of World War II, she decided to build the church in her native region.

      It overlooks the valley from a commanding position high in the mountains and is a wonderful building. It breathes peace and was the next place to leave a little of NIck behind.

      Kate was hungry again, so it was home to have a picnic and a sort out, which was interrupted by a noisy and insistent fire alarm, which I was going ...

      Held by the Apache

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 22, 2014

      15 photos

      ... which is what we did today. Yeah, we'd like to stop at one of the regional grocery stores, or Trader Joes, but they just don't have the room we need.

      There's a world market type store in the same shopping center, so we take a look. It's a western chain and they have furnishings, home decor, and oddly enough, food. The foodstuffs they have consist of imported and fancy foods......not fresh stuff. We got a couple of bottles of ...

      Ear Popping Day Trip

      A travel blog entry by 2texastravelers on Jan 02, 2014

      3 photos

      ... River valley followed closely just as quickly by a third during the climb out of the valley.

      We turned off the Interstate on Hwy 179 toward Oak Creek Village and Sedona. The area's well known red rocks came into view soon after heading north on 179.

      Arriving in Sedona by noon, we continued on to Oak Creek Canyon stopping at a park at the head of the canyon where Native ...