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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Wildflower Inn Sedona
Travel Blogs from Sedona
... down and loosened the straps holding us together. I dropped only about ¼”, but it was the most terrifying ¼” of my life.
We went over landing procedures again, and then he let me fly the chute for a minute. I returned the controls and he took us into an insane spin, my feet going numb just from the centrifugal force pushing all of the blood down. Laughing hysterically was of course my response, so I asked him to do it ...
... from around the world including the likes of Warren Harding, Clark Gable and Carol Lombard. Eventually, the forest service bought the lodge, but it burned down before the government could turn it into a museum.
Our next hike was to Devil’s Bridge. Devil’s bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch in the Sedona area. The hike slowly inclines uphill until rock scrambles are necessary to complete the 500 feet of total climb ...
... rumors and maps and on his own explores remote areas and canyons around Sedona (very hard to imagine considering his physique!). One time when he was climbing out of a very steep canyon and could not drink because his camelback tube had fallen down into the pouch, he heard a slow drum beat from caves in nearby cliffs and suddenly the camelback drinking tube stood straight up, but he was too startled ...
... deep black nearly blue with 4 inch beeks that they keep open all the time (we learned later this is how they pant), they were pretty scary and not at all intimidated by run of the mill "shooing". We had to through rocks at them to get rid of them. They weren't taking no for an answer. We had a nice meal and then got on the blue route of the extensive bus system throughout the park that helps reduce congestion. While we wanted to go to another stop, we ended up back at ...
... down to Las Vegas. Depending on what this snow does and what the weather.com site calls for, the trip may have to be modified.
A few pics follow. God Bless the USofA. This is a spectacular beautiful nation that pics can not adequately display. Rhonda has some pretty awesome pics from the trip thru New Mexico into Arizona. The landscape is some of the MOST spectacular scenery I have ever had the pleasure of viewing.