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Wikipedia says: "Sedona's main attraction is its array of red sandstone formations. The formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. The red rocks form a popular backdrop for many activities, ranging from spiritual pursuits to the hundreds of hiking and mountain biking trails."
Sedona was ...
... Diane and John drove up to Sedona from Phoenix. Dental convention for John and another vacation for Diane. We had a nice afternoon touring a little and having lunch at a hillside restaurant with great views of the red rocks . Now off to El Mirage to see friends Geo & Juanita who winter there, but live in Milford. Enjoy the pics ...
... and it wasn't until I recklessly gamboled away some money that I started to feel better. So, the night wasn't a complete wash out. We gamble led, watched the fountains at the Bellagio, had a cocktail and a lovely dinner. It was nice really. Ewe just felt a little silly dressed up to the nines with nowhere really to go. So that was Saturday night. Yesterday was a loverly day too. Gemma and I have a sopot. Right outside Starbucks at the New York, ...
... and around Route 66 to sample some Americana, kitsch retro, cream soda drinks and neon signs. It was great fun.
The Grand Canyon was jaw dropping when I first saw it, it's HUGE, but in reality I've found the National Parks in Utah a lot more welcoming and I felt a lot more drawn in than at the Grand Canyon.
This morning we travelled ...
... almost 150 athletes from 22 countries, and these athletes went on to win 23 Olympic medals and 74 top ten finishes". The old downtown area is charming, too. The Amtrak service was giddy, full of excitable announcements about Spring Break, but didn't do us any favours with time - we boarded at 6:15pm in LA, and got to Flagstaff at 4.30am. After I'd waited in the railway waiting room to avoid the iciest ...
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