America's Best Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a forest. We also got closer to a couple of forested mountains. Peg commented and I agreed it was nice to see trees again instead of just desert bushes.
Our campground is nice, not much of a view, but it is set up so you are not looking right into your neighbor’s camper. It is an adult only, non-smoking campground – first time I have heard of the latter. On the adult issue their policy says, "Since J&H RV Park is a senior park, all children under the age of ...
... constantly in the distance; it never blew it's horn so it wasn't annoying at all. The office staff were very friendly and helpful; there is a small store and sandwich shop on premises. We had our mail forwarded there as well so it was a good place for us.
Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course http://www.flagstaffextreme.com/Adult-C ourse.html
This place is incredible. People of all ages are participating in ...
... while a few feet away is the Sierra Guides outdoor shop – all tastes are catered for here!
Wandered on thru the small communities of Big Pine where it is an easy run east into Death Valley, then Independence and Lone Pine. The snow petered out as we headed south into drier and drier, and lower and lower mountains country. The 395 veers off to the east at a major junction (H-14 veers of to the SW to LA) and by now we were in pretty boring desert ...
... guide Tiffany saying she is ill and has had to pull out. Dylan will now be our guide.
Over the 2 1/2 hour drive from Pheonix to Flagstaff we climb from 1500 to 7000ft. The landscape continued to change as we climbed and the odd palm tree was replaced by multiple cacti. The views were amazing and my ears would pop every 20 mins reminding me of the altitude gain.
We arrive in Flagstaff and I walk the 45 mins to the hotel. It's a horrible ...
... Hence our very short 'Road Movie' with thanks to JB for the perfect ending!
The dirt trail came to an end and we had to turn back onto I 40. After chasing a train to see if we could get any decent photographs, we couldn't we headed into Flagstaff and decided to have coffee. We found what looked like a really nice old diner and went in to find it empty except for staff chatting round one table. The greeting was friendly but the coffee was awful! As I can't be sure ...