Windmill Corner Inn

Address: Northside Highway 87, Strawberry, Arizona, 85544, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on Northside Highway 87, Strawberry, is near Montezuma Well National Monument and Fossil Creek Llama Ranch.
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      Extended road trip

      A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... Oh, sorry, but once you've seen the first one, stomp on the gas pedal.

      We drove farther and longer than usual and ran into the Cliff Castle Casino Resort. Very cool place and Tufie had a great time at the slots, and the retro diner Johnny Rockets brought back nostalgia for the '50s where we could have been teen idols if we had worked at it. Maybe not. ...

      Sedona and the red rocks

      A travel blog entry by maustravels on Nov 13, 2014

      ... leftovers from old seas that covered and receded over the valley millenniums ago. Then we drove up to the Chapel of the Holy Cross which is a cement chapel built by private $ and completed in 1956 and given to the Catholic Archdiocese. It's nestled on a small red sandstone hill in front of a massive mountain called Snoopy Rock. It's quite pretty and inside quite spiritual. The green brush that grows haphazardly across the rock ...

      Visiting the Past

      A travel blog entry by betsyandkris on Oct 03, 2014

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      Today we decide to head south about 40 miles and visit Montezuma Castle National Monument. Skies were bright blue and weather was perfect as we headed out the door. When we left the cabin, the temperature was around 50 degrees but by the time we got to the monument, temperatures were heading into the 80s. I guess that drop in elevation makes a big difference in temperature change.

      Montezuma Castle contains the ruins ...

      Day 4 - Full day of the Sedona area

      A travel blog entry by expeditioners on May 24, 2014

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      We had an early start for our first stop which was Fort Verde. The Fort was established in 1872 to protect farmers in the Verde area from the native Indians. A few era built buildings still stand that are furnished as they were in the late 1800's. Next we visited the Montezuma Castle (cliff dwellers). This is a very nice park with tons of information on the Sinagua people ...

      Water and leeches

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

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      ... old and they are huge......because there's plenty of water.

      Laurie really liked both sites as there were extensive signs and information about the plants. The natives knew the plants and how to use them medicinally and for food. Laurie says at that time, the indians were better versed in the medical properties of the plants in their environment than the people in Europe. While there were rituals and such that have no basis in ...