Sedona is one of the most beautiful places I've been. Pictures cannot capture the vastness of this place. Huge, open skies with bold, red rocks edging the horizon and lush green trees running through the valleys took my breath away.
We stayed at Alma de Sedona Inn, a modern bed and breakfast that was right up my alley. Comfortable and luxurious bedding, a gas fireplace that lit up with a switch, a huge jacuzzi tub big enough for me and my 6'4" man, a shower that I never wanted to leave and delicious breakfast and coffee every day.
Short and sweet, this trip consisted of three nights of relaxation and three days of heavy hiking, For the strong and courageous, I recommend hiking Cathedral. For a more relaxed hike I recommend Doe Mountain, Soldier's Pass or Thunder Mountain. My favorite views were on the Faye Canyon trail, and of course my phone and camera were in the car for that one.
Sedona was a lovely place to recharge and take advantage of the nature that God so clearly designed for us to enjoy.