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- flagpole: a tall staff or pole on which a flag is raised
- A city in north central Arizona, near the San Francisco Peaks, home to Lowell Observatory and the University of Northern Arizona; pop. 52,894
- a town in north central Arizona; site of an important observatory
- Lowell Observatory, Anderson Mesa Station (IAU code 688) was established in 1959 as a dark-sky observing site for Lowell Observatory. Anderson Mesa is now home to several large reflecting telescopes that are used for observing programs such as LONEOS.
- (motel) a motor hotel
- The Motels are a New Wave music band from the Los Angeles area best known for "Only the Lonely" and "Suddenly Last Summer", both of which peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982 and 1983, respectively. Their song "Total Control" reached #4 on the Australian charts in 1980.
- A roadside hotel designed primarily for motorists, typically having the rooms arranged in a low building with parking directly outside
- A motel is a hotel designed for motorists, and usually has a parking area for motor vehicles. They are common in the United States.
motels in flagstaff - Flagstaff FS8-QD-O
Flagstaff FS8-QD-O Fiberglass Heavy Duty Quick Disconnect Warning Whip without Light, Orange, 8' Whip Length, 12" x 11" Flag
Warn others of your vehicle’s presence by attaching a Heavy Duty FLAGSTAFF™ Warning Whip to your off-road vehicle. Warning whips with High-Vis flag provide quick and easy identification of other vehicles or equipment in your area. The FLAGSTAFF™ Heavy Duty Industrial Series features a flexible white fiberglass whip also includes a heavy duty flag and a Male Quick Disconnect for quick vehicle or stationary object attachment (Female Quick Disconnect Base Mount must be purchased separately). Various mounting options are available as accessories.
Western Hills Motel & Restaurant
Flagstaff, AZ. Sorry for the awkward cropping on this one. There's a really gaudy-looking 'plastic fluorescent box' sign underneath all this that I couldn't stand to include. It was 3?F in Flagstaff when I shot this, and I had the distinct pleasure of slipping on ice and bruising my keister on my way back to the car. If you ever decide to do a Route 66 road trip, do yourself a favor and go in the middle of the summer. I had no idea Arizona got that cold!
Ben Franklin Motel - Flagstaff, Arizona
"For Those Who Care." BEN FRANKLIN MOTEL, Flagstaff, Arizona, east on U.S. 66 and 89. In the shadow of the San Francisco peaks. Air conditioned by nature. New and strictly modern. Tile baths, radiant heat, each unit individually controlled with thermostat - Ray A. Younge, owner. AAA Approved. Phone 039 J2
motels in flagstaff
On July 4, 1876, immigrants from Boston traveling to California were camped at Antelope Spring in a valley just south of the San Francisco Peaks. To celebrate the nation's centennial, the pioneers stripped the branches off a tall pine tree and ran up Old Glory. This event gave Flagstaff its name. Six years later, in 1882, the Atlantic and Pacific Railway reached Flagstaff, and a small settlement was born. Railroad construction crews used local ponderosa pine trees for rail ties, beginning a timber industry that thrived in the region for the next century. Flagstaff also became a center of tourism as visitors came to see spectacular natural sights in the surrounding territory, including the Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, and Sunset Crater, and to experience the Native American cultures of the American Southwest. This volume traces the establishment and early development of Flagstaff and depicts many facets of life in Arizona's "Mountain Town."