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September 21, 2012 - Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
Everyone is very happy that we have the day to ourselves with no rushing to put suitcases out or getting on coaches. We had a lovely lay in and wandered over to the grill beside the hotel for a late breakfast. We walked back to the hotel and took a walk around the 1.5 mile loop in the grounds. It was a beautiful walk through Pondorosa pines with the mountains in the distance. We saw a group of 4 deer quite close to us and we watched them watching us for a few moments before they ran off into...
By Linda in East to West USA

Durango - Flagstaff
September 20, 2012 - Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
Today we have a 10 hour coach trip to Flagstaff via Monument Valley and the Navajo Indian Reservation.  We have plenty of stops on the way including to Trading posts. The scenery again was amazing. We made a stop at the Twin Rocks Trading Post where we picked up some souvenirs. We stopped at a place called Gooseneck Canyon which is a smaller scale Grand Canyon. Mark bought me an Indian crafted necklace from an old Indian woman beside the Canyon. We stopped for lunch at the Monument Valley...
By Linda in East to West USA

Back to West
September 24, 2010 - Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
Hi guys,we've reached our easternmost point on our journey - now we start our way (out of the nothing) back to L.A.Because most of the attractions we wanted to see lay behind us, the next days hopefully will become a bit more easy going. But we've looots of miles and the Yoshua Tree National Park still infront of us...We're back on the road...Greetings,Lean & Matt
By Liane & Matze in Our mad trip through the States :D

Riordan Mansion
April 25, 2010 - Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
Sunday 25 April 2010 Slept in a little today as Riordan Mansion didn’t open till 10:30. Timothy & Michael Riordan built a logging industry based in Flagstaff in the late 1800’s. They also had a hand in lots of other business & community ventures. each brother married(two sisters Carolyn and Elizabeth Metz who were of German descent and both families were very devoted Catholics and family orientated)& lived with their families side by side. the mansion consists of two 2 storey dwellings...
By Yoli & Clive in USA Summer 2012

Sunset Volcano Crater & Wupatki National Monuments
April 24, 2010 - Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
Saturday April 24th. After we visited Lowell Observatory on Saturday morning, we decided to visit the Sunset Volcano Crater & Wupatki National Monuments. It was only a short 12 mile drive north of Flagstaff & when we arrived we looked through the visitor centre & then we were told that as it was National Park week, the entry fees to the park would be waived – lucky us ! The drive through the park would take us on a 35 mile loop past the volcano & then onto the Wupatki park. First stop...
By Yoli & Clive in USA Summer 2012

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