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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Somewhere there’s a bird sanctuary that we’re assured exists which harbors 50 different species of our fine feathered friends for us to spy on and photograph. Outside of birds and bookstores the rest of the town is obsolete.
Day 2. Rain. Arizona has produced hard rains that pound and pelt nonstop for a good thirty minutes at a go. The temperature plummeted from the mid-70's down into the low 60’s in a matter of a few minutes; the sun was ...
... we packed up and hiked back to the car, we spent the rest of the morning touring around the north rim of the Grand Canyon. I was glad we were in the less popular north rim because we could actually enjoy nature without the crowds which I'm sure swarmed the south rim area. But by the time we were ready to leave, the girls definitely had rock fatigue. They didn't even want to get out of the car anymore whenever we pulled up to a lookout. ...
... a short drive away.
Friday morning we headed out of Flagstaff for the Sedona area along I-17South. Since the weather was brisk, I opted for jeans. Shortly, we see signs noting an 18 mile decline with beautiful views of valleys in the distance. It was a gradual decline from 7000 feet to 4000 feet. We traveled through the Coconino National Forest along 179 towards Sedona, stopping at a few scenic view points along the Red Rock Scenic ...
... when the sun goes down and the heat isn't really working as well as it should, uh oh! Turned out ok, but funny thing is, next morning, we realized that a cap for some type of exhaust needed to be removed. You wouldn't believe how well the heat began working and it also resolved our initial refrigerator issue. Thank goodness we weren't blown to smithereens!!! Before we knew it, time to pack up and off ...
Busy morning again and a lazy afternoon. We learned quickly that early mornings and late afternoons are the best times to be out and about.
We had an 8am jeep tour scheduled for Sedona. Thankfully, our meeting place was 5 mins from here and we ran in, just in the nick of time. It was rough getting up this morning. We picked up a couple from Texas at their hotel and we were off. Our guide ...