A Shooting Star Inn
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... your own car.
We hired a car from Vegas and drove (on the right side of the road, *gasp*) to Flagstaff, Arizona to spend the night and experience a full day of Canyon greatness. We left the next day at 7:30 and arrived at the Canyon by 8:30, a good hour or so before the tour buses started to arrive. While I could talk about the historical monuments and the weather, they pale in comparison to the significance of just sitting on the edge for hours and gazing, soaking ...
Bearizona is at Williams, Arizona. It's a drive-thru Nth American wild animals plus some in enclosures you can walk around and they do some shows. It's really quite good if you are passing. From Williams it is a long straight and yip boring drive to Vegas and was dark at 5pm Nevada time to get the most out of Hoover Dam but pretty in ...
... lightest, you're screwed, so eat up and drink as much water as you can before the weigh in to guarantee yourself more favourable seating.
In this case the helicopter seated 6 passengers, with one next to the pilot, 2 back to back with them, and then a row of three. I was wedged in the middle between Vaughan and this absolute fatty which meant besides being incredibly squashed I couldn't see very much of the Canyon.
Vaughan had a better experience ...
... I'm sure they were out there somewhere! The train depot was right at the rim of the Canyon and it was a short walk to the trail and the amazing vista of the Grand Canyon! The cloud was low and heavy, but the rain had passed thankfully and we walked about 5kms along the rim to the east, marvelling at the views! We couldn't believe how much different the views were here compared with the West Rim we saw ...
After leaving Bedrock City we continued are caravan towards Flagstaff. I was unaware that the restaurant I planned for us to dine at was closed on Sunday's, so after driving around the busy but cool downtown Flagstaff area, we stopped at the visitor’s center and got a recommendation for a place called Granny’s on the edge of downtown.
When we arrived there was only one other car in the big parking lot – so we ...