Tip: Not matter what age you are, we are sure you will be enjoying our children books from the Southwest. Remember the "How the Stars Fell into the Sky-A Navajo Legend-" book should only be read in winter time, since Navajos believe that stories that talk about Coyotes should only be told when is cold. They have to be told in the winter or you will mess up the weather pattern.
2 full size beds (one bed and one futon) and crib accommodations, great window view and TV with VHS library, located on 2nd floor.
The full bed has shelves with wooden toys and books for children of all ages.
A full size futon decorated with artwork to enhance the warm colors of the Southwest
A regulat size wooden crib with blankets, sheets etc.
Full size pine bed
Full size futon
Standard size wooden crib
TV with VCR
VHS library (15 children’s & PG –13 Movies)
Window with a great view
Vaulted wood ceiling
Gymnastic pad for children (It is in the Frida Kahlo room)
New soft Tuftex Shaw carpet
About the Décor
Pictures of native American children, handmade hanging rugs from Phoenix. Mexican furniture and wooden toys make of this room a fun environment.
Interesting links about Navajos:
FOLKLORIST TELLS COYOTE TALES _ ONLY IN WINTER