Holiday Inn Express Prescott
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a nice sitting room, bedroom and bathroom with both tub and shower. There are two tvs, free internet, cushy bathrobes and everything we need to be comfortable. We weren’t really hungry, or overly tired for some reason, so we went out for a short walk to see some of the city. We walked about 4 blocks to the "Bund" which in Abu Dhabi we would have called, “the Corniche” and in Atlantic City, the Boardwalk. ...
... back from walking Max. We got to talking and agreed
to go to a nearby Starbucks that evening for coffee and more talk. She told me
that she had done the Camino de Santiago the previous year and it sounded
interesting but didn’t really mean much at the time. I was leaving the next day and I went to the house she was staying at and she gave me an MP4 download of the movie, “The Way,” and said it would give me a ...
... me on towards my destination proudly. We don’t need to speak, he knows because you wouldn't travel back there without intention. Seeing the bright colorful decorated signs saying St. Joseph’s Shrine: this way" I find it perfectly and park. It looks completely desolate at first because no one is there and it really is in the middle of nowhere. Gazing at all the hard work put into making signs for direction a walk up the steps to the first sculpture. It’s Jesus ...
... loop most of the day) as we headed for Flagstaff without any more stops. After the next stop to release some liquid and take on more, we were being delayed by most every light we came to. It was 12.40pm and we still had some 8 miles to do to get to the webcam location in the forest north of Flagstaff and I still didn't know exactly how far it was from where we had to park at the gate and walk in. At 12.59pm, just as we were approaching the webcam, which was easier to ...
... I'd heard of such things, but never seen them up close. It was interesting to look at an ecosystem that is *pretty* -- green grass, running water, plenty of trees -- but still be able to recognize signs of ill health there. The ecologist definitely views things through a different lens. And the sad part is that so much of the damage done could have been prevented by primitive measures, such as building literal haystacks between the mine ...