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Travel Blogs from Sedona
Wow, Sedona was such a spiritual experience for me, I even had to extend my stay one more night. The town was very busy, knew I wanted to stay, the hotel I was at had no vacancy, so just kept checking in. On my tour, the guide gave me the name of a person that does Airb&b, then went back and checked with the hotel and wala, they had an opening …
Up at 4.30, drove out to the canyon and the sun rose at 5.13.
Back in bed by 6am and up for the second time at 8. After breakfasting, we went
to the Visitors Centre and watched their film on the Canyon. Then it was off to
walk the Rim Trail. We decided we did not have the time or energy to do a descent
into the Canyon, but the Rim Walk is over 7 miles with a bus service that stops
at a number of points along the way. We walked the ...
... been dancing the American Smooth rather than the Tango which is great. We will start to plan getting Wend home in the next day or so.
Thanks to everyone who has sent good wishes which have cheered Wendy no end.
There will probably not be anymore blogging for a while although we will let everyone know how the story ends and whether or not there will be a part 2
... clean water in the Park, pass the other end through the window to me and ...
... in the morning, it really is a captivating place. Then it was time to look to the next destination - Santa Fe, New Mexico. One more event happened on the drive up the hill out of Sedona - there was a dead skunk on the road and Chad did not see it until the last minute and nicked it with the tyre - that skunk smell we saw on cartoons growing up ...