The Motor Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Motor Lodge Prescott
Cute and funky cool place to stay while passing through town. Owners are super-friendly. Rooms are quite small, but quaint, comfy and clean. Walkable to Whiskey Row shopping and dining.
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... they slipped gently back into the water.
It was after 10 am when I began to head back towards the dock. The wind had changed direction a little by then. I had a bit more of a workout getting back, but that’s good for me and I got back no problem. As I was exiting the lake, I looked up and saw an eagle flying overhead. I stopped and watched, mesmerized by the graceful flight of this majestic bird.
... in planning, no roadblocks in preparation, zero arguments from anyone trying to talk me out of it, and eventually total support from everyone once they understood what the Camino is about.
Somewhere along the way, I think it was around late February or early March, I was wondering for the umpteenth time why ************e was showing much enthusiasm or interest in my trip. How could that be? I was going to walk the historic El Camino de Santiago for pete's ...
... to float in water. Pools, lakes, bathtubs, you name it. I picked up but it was heavy and slippery and fragile and I didn't want to drop it. I saw a cradle from the early 1900’s, a beautiful typewriter, baseball cards signed by their stars, old radios, wooden suitcases with stickers from every part of the globe, and walkie talkies they must’ve used in the first world war. Perfume in little bottles, you know the ones you see on Gramma’s mirror tray she has laid ...
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... 19 hearses - each carrying one of the fire fighters who had died. It had been quite touching, not only to think that 19 lives had been lost in one event, but also how thousands of people must have waited hours to pay their respects.
We assumed that at the back of the line in regular vehicles were friends and family. When they passed, we pulled out on to the road again and continued on in to Prescott. We would spend the night there and do some film location work (well, ...