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A July 2005 trip to Sedona by carol carlson

Quote: Wow... what a fabulous place. The surroundings were incredible, red rock formations as far as you could see, and there was so much to do... the Grand Canyon railroad, Pink Jeep tours to Indian ruins and rock formations, trolley tours, the painted desert, and absolutely fabulous restaurants.

Sedona Pines Resort

Hotel | "Sedona Pines"

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Best Things Nearby:Grand Canyon Railroad was a great time, and an added bus tour was a great way to get a taste of the Grand Canyon. Pink Jeep tours were very informative and a real blast for a chicken like myself! Schnebly Hill Road was a great way to see the red rocks and Sedona below... beware that it is a dirt road and very steep, but very worthwhile. My absolute favorite part of the vacation was the Painted Desert, about 2.5 hours away... the sunset there is a must. We loved dining at the Cowboy Club, where we ate prickly-pear cactus fries and buffalo burgers; Cucina Rustica, where the cheese-stuffed olive appetizers were wonderful; Dahl and Diluca has a great Italian menu; and Javilina ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 20, 2005

Sedona Pines Resort
6701 W HWY 89A
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(928) 282-6640

Coffee Pot

Restaurant

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What a great breakfast spot - it has 101 types of omelets to choose from, plus waffles and eggs, great service, and you can eat outside if you wish.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 20, 2005

Coffee Pot
2050 West State Route 89A
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(928) 282-6626

Dahl & Diluca Cucina Rustica

Restaurant | "Dahl & Diluca Cucina Rustica"

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You have the feeling you're in a villa. There are a number of dining rooms, each with its own atmosphere. The food here was excellent, with a terrific wine list. A definite go-back-to.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on July 20, 2005

Dahl & Diluca Cucina Rustica
7000 Highway 179
Sedona, Arizona 86351
(928) 284-3010