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... area known as Whiskey Row, until 1956 a notorious red-light district. In 1900, a great fire destroyed almost all of the buildings on Whiskey Row, including the 1891 Hotel Burke, advertised as "the only absolutely fireproof building in Prescott". By legend, the patrons of the various bars simply took their drinks across the street to the Courthouse square and watched it burn. At the time of the fire, the entire bar and back-bar of ...
Brief History of El Camino
The name: "El Camino de Santiago" translates to “The Way of
Saint James” and is often referred to simply as "The Way" or "The Camino." History says that the remains of Saint James the Elder, one of the apostles of Jesus, are interned at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Like most historical stories, the story of the Camino involves war, politics, power, enslavement, ...
... for a while and he told me of how he ended up in Yarnell of all places and how he was here taking care of his father who was resting in the back watching the game. I asked him if there was anything to do or see around the small little town and he mentioned that there’s St. Joseph’s Shrine which was partially still there after the horrible fire that ran through, wiping out some of the town leaving it’s black footprint and gray cloud from the ash. Upsetting ...
... and Leslie had a hot fudge Sunday, much more Route 66 than having to pay to go into another museum we thought.
Turning north again we headed for the Hoover Dam, which was very impressive and so was the changing view as we went through the mountains. As we were so close we decided to head straight through Bolder and continue to Las Vegas. It was a long day of driving but we arrived in Vegas ready and willing for the next part of our journey, Viva Las ...
... from the street, we found ourselves in the area of the former service station where cars were lowered by a lift for servicing and then raised back up to street level. Artifacts tell the story of the former business and in the corners and former storerooms, are a number of small artisan and gift shops.
Down the street we revisited some of our favorite shops and found some ...