Holiday Inn Express Prescott
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Prescott
... wooden crate that had been filled with blown in foam insulation after he was in the box. it was a messy undertaking to get him out of there! He is quite heavy--85 pounds--and his head comes off. We decided that the best thing to do was to remove the fountain we had in the niche by our front door and place him there. That proved to be ...
... we wish it would be dry and sunny, we are made aware by the locals that they are in a severe drought and every drop of rain is welcome. We drove along I-70 West until we reached the turnoff for Fishlake National Forest and took Route 72 south. For miles we were the only car on the road, and the scenery was quite different from that along the main road. We saw deer and free range cattle, and dry river beds. At the end of Route 72, ...
... the same red rock towering above us and we're overlooking the whole valley, then the terrain changes and it's huge grey boulders everywhere that look like they've just been thrown there. The road eventually leads to Prescott which we don't need to go through but as it looks like we're heading into nothingness again and we're low on petrol I check the GPS and the nearest station is over 30 miles away, we really don't learn! We're just driving through desert ...
... The Territorial Capital was moved to Tucson in 1867 but Prescott again became the Territorial Capital in 1877, until Phoenix became the capital in 1889. Today the population of the town and the surrounding area is about ...
... nature’s wonders and bringing home some actual as well as “mind’s eye” photos, but I didn’t do any prep for this stop ahead of time. With a short and variable amount of time before sunset, and with this entire road trip adventure starting to ramp down and not as much time planned for the remaining stops along the way in the coming days, I knew I wouldn’t be doing “full justice” ...