Howard Johnson Inn Flagstaff University West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for miles. The town itself looked worth stopping in as there looked like there would be plenty to do there for a day so we looked at prices then thought again. We set off again to be met with even more twisty ...
... I got Winslow at 3pm, the original time.
Got my picture taken "standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona". It's Sunday, so the shops were closed, except for the one right across the street. The owner was former Navy, so I spent a few minutes chatting him up and bought myself a USAF hat and a Winslow shirt. Thanks for the military discount!
I went to the hotel in Winslow, where I had a reservation, and decided ...
... at a point when Zach was climbing to get something out of the back. Being distracted, I guess I originally missed it and cost us an hour on our drive and maybe a year off the end of my life due to fear! After making it out of Hellsville, we jumped on I-40 and headed east towards Flagstaff. Since we had made an hour mistake, we were low on gas and barely made it to the nearest gas station at the edge of California. It was the last stop for ...
... it always does! Terry and Nancy leave tomorrow heading home we will miss them but it sure was good to see them we always have great adventures together!
6/11/14 We went to Sunset Crater today and it was beautiful its another valcano its so pretty with the landscape left from the eruption. It was a 32 mile drive off of rt. 89 that takes you pass the valcano and the Wupatri Indian ruins very pretty you can stand and ...
... while were there. The red sandstone formations in particular, as well as all the incredible formations caused by erosion by the (now, extremely modest) Virgin River are spectacular. Have never seen such colors in nature before. The contrast with the almost white limestones is really spectacular. In the winter, private vehicles are allowed on the drive into the Canyon, so we drove back. Very few people in ...