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Sedona Girls trip

Author: Amelia Hesson (More Trip Reviews by Amelia Hesson)
Date of Trip: February 2013



After the seminar, we rested and packed in our room. There were people still blowing loud horns at the poor birds, and we decided to go out one more time to shop a little, and find a place to eat. After spending a half hour in our favorite crystal shop, we headed up to the Hyatt where a restaurant called Wildflower café was located. This restaurant is exactly like Panera, you stand in line and order and the food is brought to you. I had a bowl of Sweet Potato soup, my friend had a Chicken Salad, and it was once again good but not great. Maybe we are too picky, but money is tight and our expectations are heightened when we spend. I hear this is a great place for breakfast and lunch; it is just so-so for dinner.

On our last morning we checked our early so we could go to the Coffee Pot one last time. We reflected on our experiences during a delicious meal of Buckwheat Waffles and eggs, with good and plentiful coffee and wonderful service. Our drive back to the Flagstaff airport was quick and easy, we dropped off the car and checked in fast and our flights back to Phoenix and LAX were pleasant and smooth. I don’t usually enjoy the small plane experience but on US Air it was fantastic. We both agreed it was a great girls vacation and hope to visit Sedona again soon.

The Coffee Pot
http://www.coffeepotsedona.com/

Javelina Cantina
http://www.javelinacantinasedona.com/

Sedona Natural Grocers
http://www.naturalgrocers.com/store-locations/sedona-arizona

Wildflower Bread Company
http://www.wildflowerbread.com/

Poco Diablo Resort
http://www.pocodiablo.com/

Sunset Crater
http://www.nps.gov/sucr/index.htm

Wupatki National Monument
http://www.nps.gov/wupa/index.htm

Pita Fresh
http://www.pitafresh.com/

Ken’s Creekside
http://www.kenscreekside.com/



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