Desert Quail Inn

Address: 6626 Highway 179, Sedona, Arizona, 86351, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 6626 Highway 179, Sedona, is near Chapel of the Holy Cross, Northern Light Balloon Expeditions, Snoopy Rock, and Little Horse Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Sedona

      I am married to a 70 year old man . . .

      A travel blog entry by gmjoja on Nov 03, 2014

      2 comments

      ... the red dirt but maybe the cushion but it was in a round shape around the room and that would be awkward . . . and at that moment I welcomed her intrusion to tell me to stop.

      We're off now for a 3 hour Pink Jeep Tour and when I sang "A three hour tour!" to the nice lady on the phone and then asked her how often she had to hear that she said in a really nice voice "often."

      Love to all, Georgia





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      "The Graham Canyon"

      A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Aug 29, 2014

      7 photos

      Day 14 was a big one! It was a quick 1 hour drive to the Grand Canyon, so we departed early in the morning. We had previously decided to walk the South Rim Trail so that was our task for the day. In total we walked over 4 miles and stopped walking at Maricopa Point. The great thing about the South Rim Trail is that the park runs a shuttle service, so buses drive the South Rim Trail and stop at every lookout point. ...

      Moab, UT

      A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 03, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... prior to 1991, tourists could walk up to the arch, but in 1991, a group of visitors heard loud cracking sounds and at that minute, huge boulders and one giant piece of rock broke away from the already long arch, making it now a 306 foot span across the ground. No one was hurt, but the park service no longer allows hikers up next to the Arch. We hiked back to the truck and drove to Balanced Rock for our picnic lunch. We had seen a similar balanced rock at Mexican Hat, a ...

      Day trip to Sedona

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... awe inspiring, and a little distracting. The canyon wall began to open up and that's when the towering sandstone Buttes sit isolated on the valley floor. Everywhere people were stopping to take photos, I was guilty of it too. I finally make my way into Sedona. It was a busy but beautiful place, surrounded by magnificent red and orange cliffs, hills and buttes. I stopped in town for lunch at a restaurant offering a view of the hills to charge up for my hike. I had one in mind. This ...

      The Petrified Forest

      A travel blog entry by tractormatt on Nov 18, 2013

      11 photos

      ... but really
      pretty at the same time. We headed along
      the park road and took some pictures of the landscape which varied as we went
      along, from grey volcanic ash deposits which had eroded over time to really red
      landscapes as well. There were lots of
      dry washes and streams mixed in as well.
      Also an old part of the Route 66 passed through, this has disappeared
      and been replaced by ...