Best Western Prescottonian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... foot-high walls of stone in lushly forested Oak Creek Canyon and the wide open space of the Verde Valley.
Sedona's main attraction is its array of red sandstone formations. The formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun.
Jerome is a town in the Black Hills in the State of Arizona. Founded in the late 19th century on Cleopatra Hill overlooking the Verde Valley, it ...
... Bell Cafe... delicious. I ordered a plate of pancakes for the table. We went back to host, relaxed and I read a little bit of my book. Then fifteen of us loaded into the van and went to THE MOVIES! Anyone who knows anything about me knows how much I love the movies. I love (love in italics) the movies. Love them. Love them love them love them. We saw The Fault In Our Stars. My oh my. Everyone was sobbing. Well, everyone but Jacob, who didn't like the movie. For me, that ...
... fly out of Sky Harbor at Phoenix and land at Charles de Gaulle in Paris. From Paris I board a train and ride the rail to St. Jean Pied-de-Port where I spend my first night and take my first steps the next morning. It ends June 17 when I land back at Phoenix. That is the physical part of my journey. However, it is written that if a person is destined to walk the Camino de Santiago, then their journey really starts long before they actually start the ...
... which was essentially a hoarders excuse for a museum, it was a fantastic collection of stuff, some of it to do with mining but mostly it was just one man’s idea of what was not junk, but treasure. I have to say that the collection that he had was fascinating and we met people who were coming back for their second day to have a look around. If you like old cars, old machinery, tools, motorbikes, signs, trains, basically anything metal, you would love ...
Today was another opportunity to explore roads less traveled. We headed north on hwy #93 to check out the campground at Burro Creek. There is a steep hill but the coach could get in. Something to remember for another time. This area is fairly remote so one would need to stock up on supplies before arriving. Then we headed south ...