The Red Agave Resort

Address: 120 Canyon Circle Drive, Sedona, Arizona, 86351, United States | 3 star lodge
 
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This 3 star lodge, located on 120 Canyon Circle Drive, Sedona, is near Tlaquepaque, Red Rock Balloons, Sedona OffRoad Center, and Sky High Balloons.
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      Travel Blogs from Sedona

      Just one last sight before we started back

      A travel blog entry by etrain on Sep 19, 2014

      ... had a small amount of water with us... neadless to say, I don't think I was very 'open' to the energy and we turned back after probably half a mile. It was pretty and I'm sure if I wasn't tired and been hiking for 5 days prior, I probably would have loved to continue on.

      Then it was the long trip back to Las Vegas for the flight in the morning.
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      To Navajo country, Monument Valley (Oljato)

      A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on Jun 04, 2014

      54 photos

      ... now within the Navajo Indian Reservation, and had been for some time! We grabbed something to eat here from the deli for lunch, and the order of the day was chicken tenders, macaroni cheese and strawberry parfait... yum, yum, yum. After topping up our tanks, in the luxury of our air-conditioned car, it was "wagons roll" to our destination, the View Hotel on the edge of Monument Valley. The scenery as we approached the hotel was stunning, the rock outcrops ...

      Pink Jeeps and Vortices

      A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 19, 2014

      108 photos

      ... Age capital of the world. According to a study done by Northern Arizona University 64 percent of the near 4 million visitors who come to Sedona come for a spiritual experience! There are many psychics who make their homes here.
      Sedona is second only to the Grand Canyon as a tourist attraction. And whom do we have to thank for this influx of tourist dollars? A psychic named Page Bryant.

      Around 1980, Page Bryant, now living and writing in North ...

      New Age Movement & Echoes from the Past

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Jan 27, 2014

      5 comments, 15 photos

      ... of the vortex. Along the trail, we saw stacks of prayer rocks, either alone or in groupings, that looked a lot like inukshuks to us. :)

      Well, we walked and walked and walked, and climbed and climbed. We saw people who told us the end of the trail was about 1/2 hour away, and 1/2 hour later, we saw different people who told us the end was about 1/2 hour away. It gets dark here at 5:45 pm, so we had to be careful not to hike in too far and end ...

      Rain

      A travel blog entry by fkildoo on Nov 22, 2013

      1 photo

      The rain came in last night and it's been pouring. Tim and Marianna left this morning. Good timing. We didn't do a lot today because of the weather. We went to Montezuma's Castle, a 5 story cliff dwelling built by Indians over 600 years ago. We then did a little shopping in Tlaquepaque, a little artsy village sort of within Sedona. We had a beer at the Oak Creek Brewery, then headed home and did some laundry. We ate dinner out later at the Cowboy ...