Desert Quail Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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Tommy and I had already spent part 1 of our vacation in Southern California visiting our son, daughter-in-law and 4 month old granddaughter. We enjoyed every second of that time, but we were pretty worn out by the time we arrived in Sedona on October 7. Babies are a lot of work! :)
We had flown into Phoenix via Southwest Airlines the day …
... have their auras photographed or palms and minds read. The California hippie idealism teaches peace, love and good-will to all mankind. These people are not hippies.
The surrounding region that houses such persons is enthralling – rocks that are formed in the fashion of grouped bubbles push through the soil, and those neck twisting skyscraper cliffs rising up towards the blue skies and white wisps of clouds. This is truly the land of the sun, their ...
... farming community and there are many pueblos, or villages, located within the park. The largest one, the Wupatki Pueblo, contained more than 100 rooms. It's totally amazing because you can walk in and around these ruins and actually touch the rocks that were used to build the pueblos. The Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument has a 1,000-foot-high cinder cone that dominates the surrounding fields of cinders, lava flows, and splatter ...
bought replica guns and I even found a penny press to add to my
Ben has had a sore shoulder/neck since
we got off the plane. He had to make an appointment to go to the
doctor and thankfully they saw him straight away. $325 for the visit,
jab and medicine and we're praying it helps as the pain has been
escalating and the long drive yesterday didn't help.
... After many miles of open road in beautiful surroundings we get to Seligman, where there is a historic gift shop and diner. We take a look round the gift shop and decide that we don't really want anything emblazoned with Route 66! So we step next door to the Snow Cap Drive-in where we get some lunch served with a bit of comedy. Jayne asks for a bottle of water to drink and gets offered a baby ...