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Kayenta is in the state of Arizona, in the Southwest section of the United States.

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Kayenta is on U.S. 163, near the junction with U.S. 160.

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  • Navajo Code Talkers exhibit - pictures, articles and military equipment tell the story of how the Navajo code talkers enabled the U.S. military to securely transmit information during World War II. Located within the Burger King restaurant.

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  • Navajo Taco Stand near code talker Burger King, Highway 160, Navajo Nation (in the parking lot of the Burger King). Ok, see the Burger King for the code talker exhibit, but don't eat there, for God's sakes! Aren't you on vacation? Try the Navajo taco stand in the Burger King parking lot, and order 1 taco for every ten people in your party. The lady who runs the stand is so cordial to visitors, and the tacos are amazing--huge, bean and veggie creations that take ten people to finish! Delicious!  edit

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Alcohol is prohibited on Navajo lands.

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  • Holiday Inn, Junction Highway 160/163, +1-928-697-3221 (Fax: +1-928-697-3349), [1]. Has restaurant, souvenir shop, wireless internet.
  • Hampton Inn, Highway 160, +1-928-697-3170 (Fax: +1-928-697-3189), [2]. One of the few hotels in Kayenta, offers a full-service restaurant.

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