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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... as is Gayle, however, kudos go to Gayle for the excellence in cooking. The breakfasts were sumptuous! The real conversation piece at the Inn was the incredible coffee machine. The Jura Coffee Machine is a high performance super automatic machine. This particular model was priced at over $6,000. Check it out for yourself if your curiosity gets the better of you. (us.jura.com)
The Courthouse Plaza is ...
... Pink Jeep Tours van picked us up at 6:45am and we set off with our driver and six other tourists to visit Sedona and the Grand Canyon. We were in Sedona about 20 years ago. We have the same feeling about it today as we did then...pretty but too touristy for us. The drive from Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon, however is simply spectacular. It was made even more so by the snow along the roadside and clinging to the trees. The farther ...
... 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 ...
... poncho (a must!), sleeping bag, hat, fleece pullover, a set of long undies, 2 quarts of water, small first aid kit, map or guide book, and a midday snack. Anything else is convenience (like an iPhone.) At walking 12-25 miles a day, if a pilgrim's pack weighs more than 25 lbs. they are in for a long haul and probably lots of blisters in the beginning. A big part of the adventure (at least for me) is staying each night in a different village, town or city; eating ...
... up the Sedona Airport road to the scenic overlook there, which provides panoramic views of the city below amidst its stunning backdrop of the Red Rocks Country in which it is located. With sunset approaching, this location was absolutely teeming with fellow tourists/photographers, but I still made the best of it both in terms of photos, as well as in making two new friends, Lori and Jen, who were up for the day from Phoenix on ...