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Travel Blogs from Sedona
We got to Sedona on Saturday before sunset, about 2 hours before Marianna and Tim. We went out to dinner. A bit overpriced for what you got, but decent enough. The resort is nice and convenient to everything. Yesterday we went on a 2 hour hike around Bell Rock and then to the Chapel of the Holy Cross at sunset. Very beautiful. It was ...
... a day or two before two other girls were arriving to join us on the trip together.
Met up with Micah, who at the time i didn't know was partially deaf. Coupled with my own bad hearing it made things interesting to begin with, but it was pretty easy almost straight away, and then after almost a week together he then started to pick up my English accent which was pretty funny!
At first, drove down the strip so I could see that, then spontaneously got invited to some free ...
... the Hoover Dam always impresses and the Art Deco design tops it all off.
Next stop Kingman about an hour and a half down Highway 93 with a short stint on Route 66. A stop at Denny's then towards Flagstaff turning off at Ash Fork on Highway 89. All very scenic, even Mel had to agree! Most of the town were typically uninspiring with the exception of Jerome an artisan village halfway down a mountain. Lots of eateries, galleries ...
... horseshoes, tetherball, clean restrooms (could have more showers and toilets). We stayed for one night and really enjoyed the park. Beautiful huge trees providing shade and you can hear and walk to Oak Creek. This is a four season campground so it is always busy and reservations should be made especially during the snowbird and summer seasons. Everything that Sedona has to offer is just a short drive or walk away. Beautiful area!
... bed, can sleep where ever you want, no need to spend money on hotels, if you see a cool hiking trail - pull over and do it - your bed is waiting for you when you finish the day hike. As long as you are okay with the weird sleeping position, it is all awesome! 4) Showering. Not a problem, I get to shower where ever I want. Hang up the CamelBack Bladder, strip down, soap up and rinse off. As long as your not shy about being around public areas (not like I'm standing in ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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