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by ELYSE Cohen
(Boca Raton Florida)

Pink jeep. Red rocks. It was my first time in sedona. Before I knew it I was riding in a pink jeep over bumpy rocks with my cousin telling out the side of the jeep. I tried not to look down. The roads were rough. The big rocks of Sedona all had different names... kidding rovk...the assembly....snoopy. our guide pointed them all out to us.

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Dec 27, 2016
by: Mark

Did you visit a vinotherapy spa there?

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