Stagecoach 66 Motel
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free parking
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... but $70 for a 3-mile car drive-through and not knowing whether we see animals or not: decided NOT to, but here's a picture.
As Flagstaff is on our route, we decide for a quick detour, leaving I-40 to cross through downtown - it was worth it! It's a nice hidden gem, alternative shops and cafes, "gay-friendly" ...
... Lodge on Historical Rte 66. Seligman is the town that inspired the Pixar animation movie "Cars 1". We are hoping to see the town during daylight this trip. But arrived 6pm, when the sun went down. Tomorrow we'll be meeting our hiking/camping guide Dan 7am and head for Havasu Fall. By the time we're back, it'll be Tuesday evening, then we'll be off to the next town. Well, we'll have to use our imagination then!
... to eat at the recommended place for dinner, "Lilo's." The food was very good, and I ate three out of four sliders, even though I was not too hungry. I got very full after the meal. We got a 10% discount because the host is friends with the restaurant, and recommends it. We returned back to our cozy room, to prepare for the hiking tomorrow.
... unlike liberal California it doesn't like immigration and wants things to remain American. We discovered this the same evening as we went for our first diner experience; Dave asked for his green chilli burger spicy and was told "This is Arizona, if you want it spicy go back to California, Mexico or ....Spain!?" The following morning we drove to the nearby town of Williams, which had a lot more to it than Seligman. ...
... them wander out across the roads, confident that everyone would stop for them. After our morning in the park, Neville joined us and we walked a bit of the Angel Head trail for some last views and photos, then caught the blue bus back up to where our Rv was parked. We went past the Grand Canyon railway ( the train that runs from Williams to the Grand Canyon daily) and the mule stables, where we saw a lot of mules waiting in the sun for their turn to take tourists ...