Baby Quail Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaby Quail Inn Sedona
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.
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... More specifically from our toilet. Without going into too many details, for the second time in a week or so I got to tear the toilet apart and fix it. Let's hope I got it right this time!
We woke up at 5:50 a.m. Sunday to Easter baskets and excited kids. Dean got the usual candy and junk food. Iris got a little candy, but she really wasn't interested in anything but the Minnie Mouse nightgown. She put it ...
... check it out since the only other one we had ever been to was Richard’s in Madison. Also, we had both been craving the Captn’ Crunch munchies for quite some time. It was pretty crazy how similar the stores are, same color scheme, posters and vibe. This location was bigger but we felt right at home saddled up to the bar. There was a laundromat next door so we decided to get that out of the way while we enjoyed our munchies, some local brews ...
With the time change, we were up by 5ish. we fueled ourselves with the complimentary breakfast spread before hitting the road for an Early morning hike to see the sunrise. Will dragged me up the trail, going double time because he claimed we "were going to miss the sunrise if you don't hurry up". I was ready to quit at the first ridge, but he kept me going over several more ridges until we reached the highest one.
It was the first sunrise I have ever seen (never ...
... 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 ...
... boggling assortment of shops ...