Holiday Inn Express Showlow
Travel Blogs from Show Low
... as it gets pretty cold here after dark.
My soundtrack for today is some lazy dub (Hollie Cook) and Paul Simon (Graceland). After driving for several more hours, I decide to stop in Snowflake, Arizona, for the night because it's starting to get dark and I'm also developing a healthy appetite. It's high up on the plains of Navajo County, and I stumble across the Heritage Inn, a Victorian pioneer home built in 1890, which turns out to be rather quaint. ...
Our day started very early with sunrise in Monument Valley Tribal Park, Utah. It was beautiful and very surreal when a Navajo Indian sang amongst the mountain backdrop with amazing natural acoustics.
Breakfast was very typical continental affair, a bit disappointing with fruit loops and tropic anna orange on the menu but we were very grateful for 'normal' food. A short final jeep ride returned us tour car. We were tired, sandy and a little bit smelly but ...
Flagstaff to Show Low.
It was a very cold night in Flagstaff and we woke to find snow on the mountain behind the hotel.
We left Flagstaff and by this time it was warm and sunny and no wind.
We rode to Sedona through a lovely red rock canyon. We did not stop in Sedona it is a very large tourist town people everywhere so ...
... at the map.
There is a little town south of
where I am called Snowflake, what a great name!
Now I have to do this don’t i? So
book on line and off I go to find it.
Now I might tell you I’m a bit
over freight trains so it’s an absolute delight to find the hotel, nowhere near
any freight trains, it has an indoor pool and spa, and the bloke on the front
desk barracks for the Warratahs (well ...
... Leah, little mama, is doing great and was standing in line to get this kid born.
All are well and taking nourishment.
Bud and Shannon, way to go!
Sophia Rose perform for all!
Leah and Ryan, Great Job!!!!
Mark and Liz! way to go!
Fred and Mimi