Days Inn and Suites Flagstaff East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Lookout in Oz) where the Colorado River does an 180 degree turn around a giant rocky outcrop, were incredible. We lunched beside the Navaho Bridge which spans the Colorado below the dam. Further south, we detoured to see ruins of dwellings and citadels from 12th century natives and distant views of the Painted Desert. The change of sand colour from red to black in this ...
... Mexican restaurant called Taos Cantina. As my family will attest to, I have had a major craving for Mexican food for days, and it was well worth the wait. We all enjoyed our food - even Jack.
We encountered one storefront which offered a helicopter ride for the four of us at a pretty discounted rate. Excited, we said, "What's the catch?" We only had to sit through a 90 minute presentation for a time share property in Sedona. No thanks. Paul and I did that ...
... it was his first time on a helicopter I'm glad he got to experience it properly. We both agreed that doing the half hour trip was more than enough so really glad we listened to everyone's advice not to book a full hour.
Realising that we hadn't eaten much we went in search of dinner, finally settling on Sophie's, a traditional Mexican grill. We ordered pork tacos and gooey cheese and chorizo dip for our chips. Deeelicious!
We headed back ...
... wanted to stop by at Flagstaff because a blog mentioned that there were some cool neon signs from the old Route 66 here. We got there in the afternoon so the lights weren't on yet. We stop at a Sizzler for lunch. I scoff down a prawn linguine dish and Hinesh has a chicken and veggie meal.
We then start the fun of looking for accommodation. Drop in one place hear a price over $100 then move on, drop in another place hear a decent price, look at the room and then ...
... the gorgeous desert warmth to walk thru an old jail (used up until the 70's) and an old courthouse in the form of a museum and Route 66 tribute. Our small donation afforded us a choice of petrified wood for a souvenir, nice since we had decided the day before not to risk the car search and take a wood chunk home from the nat'l park (altho we totally could have made it out the gate....they weren't even car searching!). Other museum highlights ...