Rodeway Inn & Suites Iris Garden
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... is offered ice with his lemonade and is shown his cup with crushed ice piled up almost as high as the cup again!! After finishing our lunch we head on to I-40 eating up the miles to Flagstaff where we turn south on highway 89 to head on down to Sedona through Old Creek Canyon.
The scenery is beautiful, trees, red rocks and massive canyons, so different to the arid desert surroundings of ...
Had a really leisurely day today, only did about 100 miles and spent time being tourists and sightseeing. Left Holbrook after breakfast in Aggies Cafe and went to Winslow, which was made famous by the Eagles, Take it easy song. Had photos at the statue and had a nice wander around town. Then went to Meteor Crater, the largest and best preserved crater in the world, it was very impressive. Arrived in Flagstaff last night and went into ...
... Kaitlyn was in desperate need of a haircut and I could have used a nice trim myself so we made the decision to get them done on the cheap at Empire Beauty School. It seemed like a good idea, $5 for a men’s cut and shampoo and $9 for a ladies. It ended up being the scariest $5 experience I have ever had. All I will say about my “stylist” is that she seemed to be numerous hours short of graduation, at one point the stylist next to her had ...
... my cuzzie Gareth in Michigan (cool to talk to family on "our" Christmas Day) and then headed out to Twin Arrows Casino (about 15 minutes down the motorway) to have dinner at the Zenith Steakhouse. What a fantastic meal, we were spoiled from start to finish. Celyn pulled out the "fancy" for the real napkins (only the second time he had used them - the first in Grand Canyon), and the kids loved the bottomless soft drinks - a new one arriving before the last one ...
... shapes an colours which you see from the various vantage points.
There was a large number of adhoc Indian Trading Posts set up along the way through to the Grand Canyon - we stopped at one that was setting up and got some great bargains. We lost Vicki, Karl and Julie on the way as they pulled in to shop at one of the other trading posts.
Onward to the Canyon, catching glimpses of the magic we would soon see, along the way, climbing to over 8000 feet.