Holiday Inn Express Prescott
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Prescott
Travel Blogs from Prescott
... of 1900. The original bar – and it’s a beauty – remained untouched. Patrons picket it up and carried it out of the burning building. There on the street, the owners continued to serve beer and whiskey throughout the night. Today the feel of the old West remains due to the glorious swinging saloon doors, wooden floors, old plaster walls, tin ceiling and the original oak and cherry bar.
... a guest suite in a home is called a casita, and theirs is lovely. We had fun reminiscing about the days of growing up among so many cousins and aunts and uncles and then lamented the disconnects that time and distance have caused. Linda made a wonderful burrito bar for dinner, and we talked late into the evening. Tomorrow we will once again be on the road...this time heading east with Atlanta as our destination by Friday or Saturday.
... that really means and the responsibility of that. I still don't think I know what my why is. If you're wondering what a why is, check out the TED talk by Simon Sinek called "Start With Why." We has a nice long talk, me, Kim, Carlee, Breezey and I did. Right before ninight, we had a small cuddle puddle: me, Breeze and Leash. Leash sang "You Are My Sunshine" to everyone who was in the nook. Tomorrow is 4:30am wake up so I'm off to bed... and by bed, I mean thermarest and sleeping bag. ...
Brief History of El Camino
The name: "El Camino de Santiago" translates to “The Way of
Saint James” and is often referred to simply as "The Way" or "The Camino." History says that the remains of Saint James the Elder, one of the apostles of Jesus, are interned at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Like most historical stories, the story of the Camino involves war, politics, power, enslavement, ...
... I prefer roundabouts to conventional intersections. However, on one short developing section of highway 89A there are five closely spaced roundabouts and the constant speed change along what was previously a highway was a little annoying. It’s good for the cross traffic but not so good for the highway traffic.
As we turned for Jerome, we saw a sign that again forbade trucks over 50 feet. This time I think they ...