Sorry to say we were not Winners, so we wandered around waiting for the bus to carry us downtown. The casino had the largest Gingerbread House display that I ever saw, you just gained pounds looking at it.
Prescott was founded in 1864 when gold was discovered. It grew quickly as miners came in droves to discover their share of riches. Settlers came as did cowboys, gamblers and bawdy girls. Whiskey Row once had over 40 saloons. Most of the buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places including "The Palace Saloon" which is the same place that served libations to Doc Holiday and Wyatt Earp.
While wandering around trying to decide where to have a drink and some grub we can across some signs...
If I still had a house I would have bought this one.
All of the establishments on Whiskey Row didn't seem to fit the bill so we checked out a side street and found the
The town square was just beautiful in all it's Christmas Glory.
Fain Park, Prescott
This is a mile long drive-through holiday light display featuring millions of lights and more than 30 animated displays, very cool. I have never seen anything like it.
We had a great time seeing new things and making new friends.