Baby Quail Inn
Travel Blogs from Sedona
We approached Sedona on the Scenic Byway 179 snd entered Coconino National Forest and stopped off at the visitor centre where we were told there were 89 trails to hike in the Sedona area ... where to start ... 2 days was obviously not going to be long enough! We continued to Oak Creek, where we decided to stop and hike the Llama Trail, a loop hike …
We woke this morning a little later – a testament to the inevitable acclimation to one's time zone. Because we went to bed at the same early time. Or maybe it’s a testament to our fatigue from the first full day of travel?
In any case, Sam and I completed our morning exercise in the all-new-equipment typical hotel gym. The hotel continues to impress from a value standpoint. At $35/night, it’s tough not to. Ate ...
... br> Back to Molly the Motorhome for a relaxing afternoon.
We had met a nice couple in Hawaii who were from Sedona. The day we met them they had just got married in Hawaii. We were hoping to catch up with them whilst here, but sadly it didn't happen.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at beautiful Sedona..
Tomorrow we hope to get to Williams, not too far from The Grand Canyon. Yahoo!!
... exaggeration) but I did NOT enjoy that experience. He promises it will ...
... in the center of town. We did not have enough time to hop into the water and enjoy Slide Rock first hand, but did get to watch others float down against the mountain back drop.
Since Tucker couldn't join us we dropped into the Barkery to try and find him a present, but there were no cactus tug toys. Brendan felt pretty disappointed that he ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
A lovely family run inn, just off the main road, with a pretty courtyard garden and hot tub, as well as comfy rooms and friendly staff. The owner, Dick Curtis was happy to share stories about his long showbiz career over a breakfast of coffee and muffins.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.