Los Abrigados Lodge
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... course the view was incredible there too.
We returned to the resort for lunch and the guys went for a swim. Emily and I went for a walk along the creek next to the resort and ended up at Tlaquepaque (Mexican marketplace next door to the resort) checking out the various galleries and boutiques. Afterwards, we headed back to change for dinner. Before eating, we attempted to catch the sunset, but we didn't have any luck again...we ...
... We checked out a few, and skipped more that we wanted, but we had a really nice time.
We actually got several recommendations from people about things to do, but with limited time we decided on a few of the free activities nearby. We started out by visiting Sunset Crater and Wupatki Ruins National Monuments on Thursday. The crater was cool, and I had no idea there was so much volcanic history in Arizona. We ...
... around to join onto the back of the car park. Right next to my car as it turned out. I climb in and go off looking for a nearby creek crossing that seemed to allow you to drive around the biggest butte called the cathedral. But the crossing was part of a state ranch and typically, required money to enter. So, as it was getting late, I decided to head home. I drove back through the canyon that had impressed me so much earlier, up and out and headed back to flagstaff.
... peaks. We also jumped into the back of a Jeep 4WD with a cool looking local cowboy to give us an off road look at Sedona's famous red rock country. We learnt all about the pine forrests, rock formations, legends of the area and the fauna, such as rattle snakes, coyotes and black bears. It was so cold- I bought the daggiest woolen gloves at the local Native American store. But it was so worth it... Can you believe the jeep seats were heated?!? Crazy cool!
From here we ...
... of an amphitheatre of red rocks. Looking down the aisle, the huge cross was set into an enormous window overlooking, the valley ... certainly quite a site ... and a sight! Lured by a giant chicken, we couldn't resist a little retail therapy and happy snapping round the Son Silver West Gallery, a treasure trove of southwestern trinkets. On our way again, north to ...