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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... 10 million worth of copper, silver and gold, of which $7.4 million was pure profit.
After the mines were exhausted, the town dwindles to fewer than 100 by mid-1950. Jerome became a National Historic Landmark in 1967. In the early 21st century, Jerome has turned to art galleries, coffee houses, restaurants, wineries, a state park, local museum devoted to mining history and of course, saloons. (Photos)
... and windy roads to its summit, we appreciated the moniker even more. Cottonwood is a cool, kitschy town with lots of neat old shops and food joints such as Bings Burger Station – a converted gas station serving great burgers. We also went twice to Bocce – a modern wood fired pizza restaurant with an outdoor bocce ball court near the fire ring-seating.
This area of Arizona just got added to our “Places we might want to visit ...
... and a VCR player with a screen built in for goodness sake but no temp gauge! So even though it was only a short drive I'm really hot as I put jeans on today (TV said cooler). Paid the usual $10 entrance, there were 2 lakes and the Verde river too - spoke to an old guy who just caught a trout, he was fishing with flies he'd made himself. Peter set up at the lake and I settled to read my book, had a quick walk round the lake - lovely and warm as usual. He caught 3 trout ...
... billion dollar copper mine(gold and silver were also extracted). It is perched on side of Mingus Mountain and has great views over Arizona. The town has over 100 miles of mine tunnels underneath it and it was common buildings collapsed or caught fire or sections would just slide down the hill. It also burnt down 3 times with the worst being 24 saloons and 4 chinese restaruants in 1898. We stopped by a site that has 1900ft mineshaft(this is longer than the ...
... at exits.
Arizona has its own beauty. The land changes so much along I-40 and I-17; from baren hilly landscapes to lush pine forest.
As we drove through Arizona we did a brief stop at Houck to check out Fort Courage which was shuttered and in obvious neglect.
We also couldn't resist a stop at Winslow to do some photos "on the corner of Winslow, ...