Sedona is a place of great natural beauty. We travel there at least once a year often sharing our condo with friends and family.
|Painting Cathedral Rocks|
|Red Rock Crossing|
|Oak Creek flows through the middle of Sedona|
Sedona is located in the northern part of Arizona, approximately 120 minutes drive from the Phoenix, AZ airport, and at 4,326′ elevation, it usually is 15-20 degrees cooler than Phoenix. It is approximately 2 hours drive to the Grand Canyon National Park (South Rim).
|Take a day trip to the Grand Canyon|
Many visitors love the tranquility and energy of the place. Others like the arts scene, hiking, 4-wheeling, spa experiences, or photography. Shopping and dining there is terrific and there are so many opportunities for healthy living experiences, yoga, massage, golf, and spiritual experiences.
My daughter has a lovely timeshare at Villas of Sedona which is available for one week a year (any week you want with advance reservations).
|Activities center and outdoor pool and hot tub|
|The indoor pool|
|The Chapel of the Holy Cross in the rocks|
|Slide Rock Park in Oak Creek Canyon|
Here is what the condo (representative) looks like from the outside:
Here are some pictures of the inside (representative):
|Living room and dining area|
|Half bath downstairs|
|Kitchen and door to outside front patio|
|Stairs to bedroom and sleeping loft|
|Upstairs bath with shower|
|Sleeping loft with Murphy bed|
|Balcony off sleeping loft|
|Sleeping loft upstairs|
|Private rear patio|
|Tlaquepaque Village is a lovely shady arts and crafts village with restaurants to stroll among|
|The chapel at Tlaquepaque Village|
|Sedona is a center of New Age activities|
|Ron and Vicki at Tlaquepaque Village|
|Ron flying in a vintage bi-plane at Sedona Airport|
|A panoramic view of Sedona from the airport mesa. Villas of Sedona is located in the middle of this picture.|
Here is a video I did of a drive through Oak Creek Canyon in October, 2015:
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