View Single Post
Trogon's Avatar
Trogon  Trogon is offline
Citizen
 
Join Date: 27 Aug 2002
Location: Arizona, USA
Posts: 2,916
Trogon 

Quote:
Originally Posted by BeyondtheVeil View Post
I would love to go to Sedona! We were thinking of making a trip {long} to AZ to see family. I wanted to swing into Sedona to check out all the cool things there. Any suggestions or places that I should see when I go? I always like recommendations. We probably won't go until the fall. I do wish I lived closer though.
There are a lot of places down there that are great. If you come in from I-17 on SR 179, there's an very good Mexican restaurant called Javalina Cantina at the Hillside shopping center. That shopping center is chock full of all kinds of shops. There is a good New Age shop on the right just past Schnebly Hill rd (I think it's called The Center for the New Age - though that may be a different one).

After you cross the bridge coming into Sedona (just past the roundabout at Schnebly Hill rd.) there is Talaquepaque (I think that's how it's spelled) on the left, also chock full of all sorts of shops. There's a new section of Talaquepaque across the road.

Just past Talaquepaque, also on the left, there is a tiny strip mall with a store called Ramsey's. They have a lot of gems, minerals and fossils and such and have very reasonable prices (well for Sedona, anyway).

When you get to US 89A (another roundabout ... then another!) go south, Crystal Magic is on the right a few miles down. It's past the McDonalds with the teal-blue arches.

There's lots of other places that I can't really think of right off.

Quote:
Originally Posted by BeyondtheVeil View Post
That is so cool! Not that you were slow, but that you had time to look through you decks and enjoy them. I still haven't gotten time to open the package of the Prisma Visions Tarot 3rd Edition. I just want to make sure that I have time to not have to hurry through the cards. lol
Well, since I work at a Police Department, I think having a slow shift is quite a blessing.
Top   #23