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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Every mile I walk, I'll walk for you,
When I come back I'll wear your scallop shells.
Now the time has come to bid farewell,
So one more time I bid you well,
When you open your eyes I'll be gone,
Dreamin' about the pilgrims I've yet to meet,
Wondering who's grumpy and who's gonna be neat,
And dreamin' about a señorita who's really sweet.
Buen Camino and adiós!
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