In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join as we hit the road and travel to Sedona Arizona and Phoenix Arizona for good real food eats, beautiful nature and sightseeing, with stops in Texas and New Mexico along the way.
From this episode:
RV Park: Fort Amarillo RV Park, Amarillo TX
Restaurant: Real Food Cafe, Amarillo TX
RV Park: USA RV Park, Gallup, New Mexico
National Park: Painted Desert and Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona
RV Park: Distant Drums RV Park, Camp Verde, Arizona
Restaurant: Cucina Rustica, Sedona Arizona
Wine tasting: Art of Wine, Sedona, Arizona
Restaurant: Elote Cafe, Sedona Arizona
Shopping: Tlaquepaque Village, Sedona Arizona
Product: Olive oil and spirits tasting at Vom Fass, Sedona Arizona
Restaurant: Old Town Red Rooster Cafe, Cottonwood Arizona
Scenic Drive: Red Rock Scenic Byway, and Red Rock/Sycamore Canyon Drive, Sedona Arizona
Vortex Spots: This website has some info on the hikes available
RV Park: Desert’s Edge RV Park (Purple Park) Phoenix Arizona
Restaurant: Taco Guild, Phoenix Arizona
Restaurant: Tarbell’s Restaurant, Phoenix Arizona
Website: Oh Lardy
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