Super 8 I-40 Flagstaff Mall
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Ok. At the mall and the cinema. And at the highway and the railroad. And paperthin walls... Cheap and clean. You get what you pay for.
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Starbucks for breakfast then a trip around beautiful Sedona. Saw the world's worst transvestite in Starbucks - he had a beard and a belly like Santa but was wearing a leopard print wrap-over mini dress! Gorgeous......
After driving round the main 'rock sites', we had a mooch around the shops and bought some pricey tat. We loved it in Sedona and …
... out route to get back to the cabin. Kris grabbed hold of the camera and snapped as many pictures as she could as we drove back. The lighting was just perfect so you could really see all the red colors of the canyon wall. The leaves haven't started to change yet but I bet it must be spectacular when that starts to happen. Oak Creek Canyon is definitely worth the visit just wish there were more places you could park and freely move around.
... of the Canyon. I have to say when I saw the Canyon for the first time I had tears in my eyes! It is amazing I know I say that a lot but it was just breath taking!! We had lunch at the Angel Lodge, Arizona room restaurant it had a view overlooking the Canyon, the food was very good then we saw Hopi Indians dancing one guy did the ring dance it was great.so impressive. It is just so peaceful It is a place I could go back to again ...
... River valley followed closely just as quickly by a third during the climb out of the valley.
We turned off the Interstate on Hwy 179 toward Oak Creek Village and Sedona. The area's well known red rocks came into view soon after heading north on 179.
Arriving in Sedona by noon, we continued on to Oak Creek Canyon stopping at a park at the head of the canyon where Native ...
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