How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Prescott
Travel Blogs from Prescott
... wooden crate that had been filled with blown in foam insulation after he was in the box. it was a messy undertaking to get him out of there! He is quite heavy--85 pounds--and his head comes off. We decided that the best thing to do was to remove the fountain we had in the niche by our front door and place him there. That proved to be ...
... we wish it would be dry and sunny, we are made aware by the locals that they are in a severe drought and every drop of rain is welcome. We drove along I-70 West until we reached the turnoff for Fishlake National Forest and took Route 72 south. For miles we were the only car on the road, and the scenery was quite different from that along the main road. We saw deer and free range cattle, and dry river beds. At the end of Route 72, ...
... a very pretty tourist town with interesting architecture and lots of outdoor gear stores, so it must appeal to the hearty. Not us. Although it was fun going through it.
Then the road took us up a VERY, VERY, VERY steep, windy, narrow, hazardous, fear-inducing, hand sweating, heart pounding, dangerous, "shoot-me-please", road up to 7,500 feet through Jerome which used to be a very productive mining town with two main mines, now defunct that ...
Today I said Buen Camino to Randy, a new friend and fellow pilgrim. She leaves in two days, April 15. Her trip is a little different than mine in that she is doing some sight seeing before and after her pilgrimage, but she is walking the Camino FrancÚs same I am: St. Jean Pied de Port, France, to Santiago de Compastela, Spain. About 500 miles. Randy and I have a lot of things in common and even though we met late in our preparations, it has been fun to share what we ...
... but I figured I’d be able to get a decent sampling.
My sampling turned out more thorough than I expected. At one of the scenic and hiking areas along the road to Sedona at which I stopped, I chatted up a number of fellow travelers on this absolutely beautiful day while we exchanged photo help (i.e., getting folks into their own pictures with their friends/family), and one of these travelers was a frequent visitor ...