Days Inn and Suites Flagstaff East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and got back on my way to Flagstaff.
The Best Western hotel provided a bucket and washcloths and a place to clean the bike so I did not have to do the normal sponge bath treatment - that was appreciated.
Rode downtown for dinner and had an early night.
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... 160;two locations come up, both dispersed camping in national forest lands. Price is free which we like. The information on both sites said to "be careful about the weather as the area can get too much water. One, near Sunset crater looked inviting because we want to visit Sunset Crater but the other one was near where we were out west of town near the Naval Observatory. Since sunset was 6:30 and it was already 4:15, so we decided to check out the Naval Observatory area ...
... find much of interest. In the parks on the Colorado Plateau we quickly noticed that one name appeared repeatedly. Quotes from John Wesley Powell, who led the first scientific expedition into this part of the country, were featured in each display. The quotes invariably came from Powell's own record of that 1869 expedition: Exploration of the Colorado River and the West.
We already knew a little of Powell from our research but he was such a powerful figure in ...
... I saw here was only open 5 days a week from 4pm to 8pm with 'Late' opening to 9pm on Fri and Sat! Whilst JR went off in search of an optician to fix his glasses we browsed around a junk shop that was having a closing down sale but managed to avoid buying anything. When I went over the road to look at another one it was closed!
We then headed higher into the mountains on Highway 89A where the steepness of some of the ascents made our ...
Monday 23rd June –
Today was pretty much a driving day today towards Flagstaff where we were to stay the night before heading to the Grand Canyon.
We took a specific route through a town called Jerome. It was a famous Western/Cowboy town back in the Wild West days and was known as 'The Wickedest Town in America'….We can think of a few people who should be moving here…we won’t mention any ...