Beaver Creek Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... I-8 freeway, joined the I-17 freeway, blew through Phoenix where they could use a couple of million less cars, and up through Black Canyon, an amazing chunk of geology put there by a mirthful God, with a pit stop at the Agua Fria National Monument where there's over 450 distinct Native American structures, some petroglyphs scattered across the numerous puebloan ...
... The north rim is much quieter and peaceful than the south rim, with less visitors and a more natural environment. Only a couple of viewpoints were crowded and not a lot of people once you are on the trails. The nighttime weather was cool, since it was Sept., but daytime temps were great for hiking. and the scenery and foliage were spectacular.
No doubt the serenity, calmness and view are very nice in grand canyon national park. ...
... a beautiful pool. Our room overlooks the Sedona mountains. What a way to wake up.
Today, we decided to go for a hike in Fay Canyon. A volunteer at the Visitors' Centre suggested that it would be easy enough for the kids and you would get a great view of the canyon at the end. She was right. We had a great time, and the little climb at the end was totally worth it.
After our hike, we decided to visit Slide Rock State Park. Several people had ...
We weren't originally planning to go to Sedona AZ but we had an extra day and it wasn't very far out of our way so we decided to go. We are so glad we did! What a beautiful place. I would definitely visit here again. It's a spot where many retirees land. Average temperature ranges from 75 degrees to 45 degrees according to one retiree we talked to. ( it seemed much hotter the days we were here). All the service workers we talked with or gave us tours were ...
... it. It is very pricey. It is amazing how heavy it is. My favorite area was the crystal forest where there was glassy amethyst and quartz crystals in the wood. On the Giant Logs Trail was the park's most massive log known as "Old Faithful." (Not very original with in the parks). At the end of the trail Dad was ready to go back to the hotel and go to sleep and hope he feels better ...