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Après un démarrage un peu difficile (
chacun attendant l'autre dans sa chambre : ça pouvait durer
longtemps l'histoire ! ), on part en direction du petit
déjeuner. Le buffet est ouvert et il y a déjà du monde. Un petit
dej avec œufs brouillés, petites saucisses, yahourt et mini muffins
nous permet de bien commencer la journ …
... dining here?" In fact, one couple leaving left us mixed opinions on their dining experience. But we decided to go in anyway.
Granny’s was a family style restaurant located along Historic Route 66 – which is the famous route used to travel from Chicago to LA decades before the US Interstate system was built. We've gone through several towns on our trip thus far that have celebrated Route 66 and Flagstaff was one of them. The restaurant had a big ...
... that. There's something a little spooky about walking along a dinosaur pathway and seeing the sheer size of the footprints left behind by those before you. And despite the online critics, I have to say it was a pretty amazing experience. But this is all about the Grand Canyon, an enormous carving by the Colorado River. It is impressive, amazing, breathtaking and ....... Filled with noisy tourists! It occurred to me today that I don't think we've really seen ...
... of Kane County, is often called "Little Hollywood" because of its film-making history over the years. This town of 4,300 sits at the hub of the southwest's national parks and offers exciting vacation opportunities year round. Kanab is located seven miles north of the Arizona border on U.S. Alternate 89, and is centrally ...
... Collin Fletcher's 1968 trek inside the rim of the park boundary, which at the time was about 1/3 of the canyon. Hiking the length of the canyon seems impossible. Maybe that is why Fletcher's book started the U.S. backpacking industry. He is the father of trekking. The views are spectacular and change dramatically with the shadows. If you stay in one place, just the shift in shadow reveal a whole new view every few minutes. It's impossible to capture on film, it's ...