Just about all European tourists love Denny's. If you look at some of the European travel forums, you will see how often Europeans rave about it. And when their English is not very good, they are happy to be able to identify the food, unlike that object two photos above.
I should explain that we ate dinner at Martanne's, and my family members believe it to be the best, and most authentic, Mexican restaurant in Flagstaff. It's a very welcoming and casual place with reasonable prices.
I can't remember the last time I ate a Chimichanga. Possibly the '80s. This one was very good and would have looked prettier except I had asked them to leave off the guacamole.
Riding up and down the highway from the high desert of Flagstaff, to the low desert of Phoenix, one passes roads with normal names such as Oak Creek Canyon and Stone Man Lake Road. But then there are the more colorful names, names that are reminders of the heritage of the area, such as Horse Thief Basin, Dead Man's Wash, Bloody Basin Road, and Montezuma Well.
Here's a look from our stop at the boringly named Sunset Point. I'll bet it has a more colorful and appropriate Native American name.
It's funny, I don't think of Flagstaff as being all that green, but I suppose it really is when compared to the rest of Arizona. One of my sons has lived in Flag for several years, but his brother moved back to Florida partly because he missed living in a lush, green terrain with a thick tree canopy.