Best Western Pony Soldier Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was his first time on a helicopter I'm glad he got to experience it properly. We both agreed that doing the half hour trip was more than enough so really glad we listened to everyone's advice not to book a full hour.
Realising that we hadn't eaten much we went in search of dinner, finally settling on Sophie's, a traditional Mexican grill. We ordered pork tacos and gooey cheese and chorizo dip for our chips. Deeelicious!
We headed back ...
... to many of the Puebloan peoples in the Four Corners) featuring a symbolic sipapu hole in their ceremonial kivas. Seeing the matriarchal Hopi society, I'd always chalked up the sipapu legend as a wonderful metaphor for the miracle of birth...until I encountered that blowhole. Otherworldly.
It was a good day.
... Such a beautiful sight we all couldn't stop taking pictures because everything just looked fantastic. We went on a little hike for 2 miles down through the canyon to see different views which was cool. We got back to Flagstaff and went out for sushi dinner and icecream! I skype mum for Mother's Day and seen the whole family aswell! So lovely to catch up! Allana and I slept in our van again to save ...
... 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 ...
Left motel around 9am heading for Phoenix, nothing much to see lots of flat farmland, closer to the city though lots of traffic and highways, all the billboards are in Spanish here so I guess the majority of the population are Spanish speaking. Karen, a friend of Neal & Tina's, had given us the address of her mother in Phoenix to go visit and maybe stay overnight so we put the address in TomTom and found that she lived in a really ...