The Tavern Hotel
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... us at times. Eventually we made it to the top & went up a curving ramp to go up to the actual chapel. It is much smaller then I would have imagined. It rather small inside, probably able to fit about 70 people but the ceilings were high & the wall facing the valley was all windows except for a giant cross in the middle. If not for the people going in & out & my crazy two minions it would have been a lovely place to sit & pray & meditate for awhile. After ...
... taken with the giant Marilyn Monroe statue and enjoyed a frozen yogurt while we people watched. An absolutely great night out, just the two of us!
We debated making a run for it while we had the chance but thought again and headed back to the campground. At least the next day we were off to San Diego, a city we've really been looking forward to seeing. We also looked ...
... We ate our lunch in the patio then went into the family center and played a couple of table games, ping pong or pin pon as Manuel would say it, and futbolito (I don't know the English name). I took advantage of the available Internet, works great! We went to the pool, cooled off. The temperature reached 106 today. Gotta get back to see how Chuckie is doing, the bummer of camping with pets is that they are not allowed in many ...
... in years to come, was not strong enough for all the traffic so another one was built next to it. The scenery since leaving Zion has been amazing still. We have climbed mountains & gone through forested areas & passed the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, all very scenic. It flattened out a bit till we left Flagstaff & headed for Sedona. The road takes you down the mountain through a series of switchbacks & is so beautiful, lots of red cliffs & mountains. Sedona ...
... shade but the views of Cottonwood, Jerome and the Coconino National Forest from the top loops are stunning. The cost is $25
and reservations should be made for the winter season. There were only about twenty five campers the one night stopover we were there. There are a number of hiking trails throughout the park. The Ireys family came from Minnesota looking to buy a ranch in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking