La Vista Motel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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There is evidence of the Puebloan presence prior to the volcanic eruption, but there is no evidence to date that any perished in the eruption. Current thought is that there were earthquakes or other indicators that the indigenous people interpreted and they left the area. There are samples of lava that have been found that may indicate that the Puebloans made sacrifices to the lava by placing ears of ...
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2. The Drive Part 2 - or "Yay, a twisty road!"
The last little section just before coming into Sedona was a lovely twisty bit of road with a marked speed limit of 25 and individual corners marked 15 and 10 mph. These were corners with very little straight between them, so it meant acceleratng like hell when I could, braking like hell before the corner and then accelerating hard out of the corner again - a kind of ...
... has some strong things to say about the "natural " composting facilities on offer here .
For lunch we drove up to Jerome - really fascinating old mining town tons of history and dubbed the wickedest town in the USA . Sits on a really high elevation with the most amazing views . Full of wacked out hippy types and some really cool shops and art . Totally loved it here - had scoff at ...
... this was due to a large fire earlier in the year and now the worry of flash flooding. Ohh dear no camping.....
Make a phone call for a decent nights kip in the Best Western,
Some times when you turn in late a compromise has to be made on where you stay. This time we were lucky not only was the room huge but we had a balcony over looking Oak creek and the famous red rocks.
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2. Be good to others. Forget the promise of a future reward (heaven, karma, whatever you believe) and think about something much more tangible. With such extremes in a narrow time frame, it was easy to reflect: apathy looks miserable. Are happy people more inclined to helping others? Maybe the ability to do good things is the reward. And maybe, just maybe it's the good deeds ...