Territorial Town Inn
Travel Blogs from Camp Verde
Now that my grandson is in school, we have to limit our trips to breaks, and spring break was a great chance to explore some of Northern Arizona around Sedona. They live in Phoenix so it was less than two hours for them to drive up. I drove down from Phoenix so actually arrived the day before, as I was meeting them in the morning.
I had …
... has created an oasis in the middle of the desert. The sound of hearing running water from far away just gave a feeling of calm so I am glad I decided to do this today.
It was 10 degrees cooler here than back at the hotel but very humid(for Arizona) and it was starting to wear me out. After a quick lunch at Wendy's it was back here to the hotel to relax a little before I decide what to do for the evening.
... Dakota to get drivers licenses so they can be "official" residents of SD.
Janet and I visited Tuzigoot National Monument early Thursday. This is a Puebloan (Anasazi is no longer politically correct) ruins site. There was once as many as 110 rooms here. Like all the other Puebloan cultures, this one disappeared ...
We had been to Camp Verde and Cottonwood several times but had never been to the Ruins, so today we take off to tour Montezuma Castle, Tuzigoot and Montezuma Well. It's a nice easy shady walk to see Montezuma Castle. The Montezuma Castle is believed to have been built by the Sinaguas between 1100 and 1400 A.D. this is a five story 20 room cliff dwelling is 90% intact.
Next stop was the ...
... lines, you should have no problem finding your way. But for the first time, the subway map is a must.)
WTC station, end of the 'E' line (as well as other lines). This station looks a lot like 'Őrs Vezér tere' back home, only it's underground. As I got to the surface, I once again faced the rain and the dropping temperature. It was seriously starting to **** me off. The area was overcrowded with workers and tourists, i started having a crowd phobia. :) But all right, there ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
Stayed two nights, one in a single, and the next night in their version of a double suite, which was two rooms connected by a large kitchen/dining area. As we had the grandkids and their parents, this gave us some room for the kids and plenty of sleeping area. The people are friendly but this is an owner operated place - you have to ring a bell at the door to get service. Rooms super clean and quaint, although baths had issues (not the showers).
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.