Motel 6 Cottonwood
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Cottonwood
... Fandango’s Southwest Décor (photo), lots of antique stores,
quaint restaurants and bars. The Cottonwood/Verde Valley also have a number of wineries to explore. If you are into hiking, horseback riding, ATV’s and nature trails, there is no lack of places.
A short drive from Verde Valley sits the “interesting” town of Jerome. Jerome is a town in the Black Hills of Yavapai County that sits over ...
... mountain several times due to the tunnels collapsing. Has relly quaint shops, lots of restaurants.
We think of everyone often and hope that all are well. Missing Duke but he is being taken care of quite well and being spoiled just as if we were there. We are off to the Petrified Forest and then to Mesa Verde National Park. Carl and I are also on Facebook if you want to get in touch. More ...
... are multiple ways to get to this trailhead. My first attempt was down a four-wheel drive, high clearance vehicle road. About 1/3 of the way in, I recalled that I did not elect to purchase the skid plate option on my RAM 2500 4WD. I determined that I did not want to rip open something underneath the vehicle that tows our home, so I returned after viewing a massive hill with huge ruts and rocks. This was some really rugged stuff! A more approachable trail ...
... local speciality on the house. Again the portion sizes where enormous and we were well fuelled up for the day.
We headed off to visit Tuzigoot another ancestral village built upon a ridge and contained about 100 rooms. Its name is actually an anglacized version of the Apache name it was given by one of the excavation crew members when it was first discovered Like Montuzema it was entered via ladders and through trapdoors in the roof. There is a path ...
... copper and very small quantities of gold and silver. The mines were exhausted and the town became somewhat of a ghost town until some locals changed to tourism and opened art galleries and wineries and it is now a hidden tourist hit. We were shocked at the number of people in this little town. Tomorrow we hitch-up and head out for Anaheim, California - about 450 mile journey. ...