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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Heading for Las vegas along state route 93 is a fairly dull journey - we've got a little fatigued by all the wide open vistas of desert and endless blue skies. What i'd give for a little of the cramped and damp English country side right now. I think this journey has made both of us feel small compared to the vastness of the planet we inhabit. we …
... u-turn and keep looking. We settle for Western Hills for a nice price of $66 for the night, initially there was a funky smell but once we air it out it wasn't so bad.
After dropping our stuff and doing some quick hand washing we head downtown. Downtown Flagstaff has a collegiate feel to it. Lots of bars, cute cafes and little stores. We have dinner at Monsoon which is Japanese and Chinese fusion. After dinner Hinesh gets himself a little chocolate from another ...
... the mountain to snow I think that is so cool the snow is on the tallest mountain in AZ. its called Mt. Humphery.
6/12/14 Tomorrow we leave for Las Vegas so today we have been doing laundry and going to the store and cleaning getting things ready. I like it here the weather is great but one thing I wont miss is all the dust and Burrs Chewie gets covered we had to have him groomed because of it. He looks like a skined rat ...
I had intended to leave earlier then I did, but I was out the door by 0900. The direct route to flagstaff was the interstate through Phoenix. I was advised by Chris Wheeler in Yuma to head up through a town called Globe, north east of Tucson. He wasn't wrong about the scenery on this drive. Rolling hills, wide open valleys, blue lakes. One thing that surprised me was the Tonto monument. It was a series of buildings built into a cave by Indians hundreds ...
... a quicker route. Were we ever ...