Desert Quail Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... really crazy looking..not a lick of vegetation anywhere! The temperature also rose about 10 degrees. Once through there, and through the mountains, we came down in elevation and started to hit the desert of California. Here is where the temp really rose and the windows went up and the AC went on full blast. We stopped to take a rest and it was a wall of heat that hit us getting out of the car! The further we went along, the less and less vegetation we saw and ...
... It was cheap, and there was a short tour that took us through then entire home. Strange and an interesting example of American entrepreneurship. This couple began a diner business in the home and kept on going, expanding their business and eventually including tours of their unique home. The builder died of a heart attack before it was completed in the early 50s as 53 years old, but his wife kept on going with the business. We arrived to the campground greeted by 103 degree ...
... at its finest.
As we entered into the outskirts of Sedona, there was another factory outlet, with a Sunday Market in full swing around it. So we stopped and walked round it. The stalls were the normal Indian jewellery, pottery and rugs we have seen a lot of, with added metalwork statues, and a few clothes, with a few food stalls.... But before you start thinking food market type stuff, let me bring you back down to earth. This is the US, so we had popcorn in all flavours ...
... so I imagine we looked pretty huge! Finally at about 9pm our time we spoke briefly to Merle and Gordie. It certainly was odd everyone celebrating Christmas Day and we weren't. I was super jealous of all the dessert pictures on Facebook and I may have to have a Christmas Pud and Pav when we get home ;-)
Christmas day and the alarm went off again!! We exchanged our $15 pressies (lots of lollies, sorry "candy" and some TMMT jammies for Gaz and Riley ...
... have a jarring visual stew. We poked around for a while, got some photos, then took off for Arizona...
...the landscape changed dramatically again--this time with layered mesas popping up here and there, looking like some kind of layer cake of clay, basalt, and volcanic rock. The views overhead were huge, blue and stuffed with large white clouds. At some points, the vivid colors and shapes made it feel like we were traveling through a ...