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TRAVELODGE - UNIVERSITY: ON HISTORIC ROUTE 66
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
After driving from Las Vegas, we wanted to find a hotel in Flagstaff, so as to leave early the next morning to go to the Grand Canyon.
I checked my "Room Saver" Coupon Book ($48.99) and decided upon TRAVELODGE - UNIVERSITY. It was conveniently located on Historic Route 66 and close to the Hwy 180 which would bring us to Grand Canyon.
We came from the direction of the I-40 and got off at Exit 191
The Travelodge amenities included: at-door parking, which I like, In-room coffee makers, Cable TV, Free high speed internet, all rooms with microwave oven/fridge, continental breakfast.
Coupon Books can be found at Welcome Stations and rest areas and coupons are based on availability.
- Reviews: 4
Various: A new hotel website to checkout
Hey I just found a new webiste called www.flagstaff-hotels.net ... it gives info and weblinks to various hotels in the Flagstaff and surrounding areas. Something to check out when your surfing and looking for info on Flagstaff rooms.
- Reviews: 14
Do not remember: Sleeping at the campus
When I went to Flagstaff in 1998 in order to dicuss student exchange programmes, I was stationed in the NAU-hotel and I very much enjoyed it. Student of the hotel school manage this hotel and it is quite luxurous. Furthermore, the students are rather naive, so when you ask for a simple brandy, your glass will be filled really well.
When you DO need a smoke (within the hotel it is not allowed) just have a walk along the campus. Do not feel afraid, cause a kind of police cars will follow you everywhere (especially at 5 a.m.)
Wow, the air is really cripspy over there, smoking a cig at night or early morning!
- Reviews: 26
Cataract Lake: Camping in Flagstaff
Very nice campground. A very convenient location, with Williams just down the road. There is a fee, and the season runs from May thru October.
Right by a lake, with lots to do. They also have many trails.
- Reviews: 752
Wigwam motel Holbrook ( 1950...
Wigwam motel Holbrook ( 1950 ). Lou Diamond Phillips filmed a few scenes here for the Indian classic ' The Dark Wind' by the great Tony Hillerman.
- Reviews: 142
Actually, it's not really a...
Actually, it's not really a public type of accommodation. This is the dorm I lived in: Cowden Hall. Actually is was called a Learning Community. I was sure that the office had made a mistake when they placed me here, because this particular dorm was designed for serious, straight-A students on Honor programs. Moreover, most of the inhabitants were Freshman, while I was registered as a Junior. Nevertheless, I did end up in Cowden and I had a great time anyway. My roommate, Jenn, was very sweet. Even when I went out every night and got home about the time she had to get up.. (She was in the ROTC program.)Lots of respect to her; she got up at 5 am almost every morning for P.E.!
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