Los Abrigados

Red Rock country was breathtaking! The resort was well worth it too! Definitely do the hot air balloons and Schenbly Road drive. The Hummer tours are fun too! Go to Jerome for the day and eat at the Haunted Hamburger for lunch! Don't miss Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon.


Oliver Twists

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by BrianFoss on November 6, 2003

Great bartender named James. We went there after a great hike up Boyton Canyon and had a blast. He sure will remember this Newport couple. Their martinis are quite varied and the place is very clean! They have an outside fireplace and patio with live music a few evenings per week.
Martini Bar
1350 W Highway 89A
Sedona, Arizona, 86336

Vortexes ala carte

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by BrianFoss on November 6, 2003

Thsi was a one and half hour hike up to the summitt of a canyon. Once there I will not spoil the fun, but it is worth the trip. Bring a knapsack and water as you will need it. We went after a great Sunday brunch at this five-star Enchantment resort ($30 per head but worth $50 or more each because of the great variety of high quality dining, and the desserts are outrageous) and just outside the gated resort is the path to Boynton Canyon. Other trips worth taking were Cathedral Rock and the Church of Holy Cross built right in the rocks. Everywhere you go it seems like you were on a western movie wet. It was top notch! I believe!
Energy Vortexes
State Route 179 & Bell Rock Blvd
Sedona, Arizona
928/282-4119

Hot air balloons, Jerome, the Grand Canyon, and more!

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by BrianFoss on November 6, 2003

Imagine taking off at sunrise and being whisked away several thousand feet above the ground. Well, this is a must do! It is incredibly safe. My wife hates to fly and she was calmer than at any other time I have seen her while in flight. It truly feels like your floating!

We also went to Jerome for a day and it was a nice relaxing ride with some great scenic drives off the cliffs. Try the Haunted Hamburger for lunch -- it was a good time! Nice shops and friendly folks everywhere.

We also went to Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff is a neat little town and has nice eclectic funky shops. We went to the Fat Tire Beer Festival and that was interesting to say the least. It made us feel like locals!

We took a tour through Los Abrigados, saw the sun set at the Grand Canyon, and had a great dinner, which was included in the price – this tour is well worth the money! The views were great and the tour was worth it because you didn't have to haggle over parking and you could rest on the drive home. It was a 10-12 hour day, but if you’re in Sedona, you’re that close to the Grand Canyon (in Sedona) and you can't miss one of the wonders of the world!


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