Desert Quail Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Desert Quail Inn Sedona
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... We could see part of the Milky Way and more stars than I could imagine. Laying on the launch pad looking up and feeling the wind, it felt as though we might fall up into the sky.
The most terrifying part of the evening was driving back. We now drove DOWN the hairpin turns in the mountain, with a sheer drop on the side… in the dark. After about 65 near death experiences, we made it to the base and back towards Sedona for the night. ...
... ubiquitous, and that has become one of the most popular words in his vocabulary. He has also learned to love the concepts of irony and puns.
On a final, but very important, note, I just wanted everyone to know that two months today, we get to see Mom/Grandma and Dad/Papa and we are super excited. We will be spending Christmas and New Years with them in Bali, Indonesia. We miss them so much and while Face Time is wonderful, it will be awesome to see them in person.
... really knowledgeable as he has been doing this for 10 years and is a born and raised local. The trail we went on was called Broken Arrow and is one of the top off -road trails in the state. It was two hours of climbing trails and up and down rocks. We were bounced around like popcorn and it was so fun! We were laughing so hard, we missed some of the scenery! The trip took us up close to some of ...
... it always does! Terry and Nancy leave tomorrow heading home we will miss them but it sure was good to see them we always have great adventures together!
6/11/14 We went to Sunset Crater today and it was beautiful its another valcano its so pretty with the landscape left from the eruption. It was a 32 mile drive off of rt. 89 that takes you pass the valcano and the Wupatri Indian ruins very pretty you can stand and ...
... a little chilly, but still clear and dry enough to hit the trail. I drove to a hiking trail just south of the Village of Oak Creek, and a little south of Sedona. The trail I set off on was a 3.6 mile trail called the Bell Rock Pathway.
The entire area was beautiful. It was surrounded on all sides by massive buttes and the aforementioned Bell Rock. Bell Rock gets it name from it's bell shape. On further research, I read that it's known as an ...