Sedona in Arizona

Pedro instead of going back to Los Angeles, changed his plan and decided to follow me one more day to Sedona. Several years before we wanted to visit this small well known town but was not on our path.

As we rode up the valley at mid afternoon , the red rocks where  getting closer and brighter in color.

We found a little hotel in town, parked, unloaded my bike and walked through town to find a place to have a bite to eat. Found this place, where we sat down enjoying the outdoor having some good food with a cold beer.


Cactus Fries, Buffalo Brochettes, Snake Brochettes, Cowboy Chicken Wings & Cilantro Flatbread with house~made dipping sauces

It was very good indeed!

Sedona is a picturesque town surrounded by red-rock monoliths called Coffeepot, Cathedral and Thunder Mountain.

You can also find history, archaeology and arts from local artist exposed all over town.

We visited the village of ‘Tlaquepaque’ a immitation of a mexican village, with mainly artist shops and restaurants. I was nice to stroll through the streets and plazas with water fountains giving this a refreshing place to meander through.

© Nina Boonacker 2012