The Tavern Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... up to 34 feet (ours is 31), and when I called the lady was very friendly and told us to come on over, they had spaces. So we made the drive and pulled in. As we started to drive through the campground we noticed everyone was staring at us. This has happened several times on the trip, and generally can be taken as an indication that I am doing something stupid (like driving with the steps down or the bumper hanging off). Well, as we tried to ...
... The trip was multipurpose and allowed us to visit family and friends and vacation in a variety of places, some that we've visited before, and others that have been bucket listed for years. Accommodations included private homes of friends and family as well as a number of hotels and timeshare traded apartments. Every night was reserved in advance. Nearly all of the hotels were prebooked using timeshare points for refundable cash credit. ...
... 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 ...
... the Holy Cross which was built in the 50s and is set between two huge rocks in the mesa. An awe-inspiring and moving place.
Tonight it is 'First Friday' in Sedona, which apparently means that the art galleries stay open late and provide wine and nibbles. There is a free trolley which takes people from gallery to gallery, so as we are staying right in the middle of all the action, we are going to ...
... 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 ...