Canyon Colors Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free parking
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... The campsite overlooks the lake and is within a mile walking distance of the beach. We also have access to the hotel pool. Gone are the days of primitive camping back at the Grand Canyon. We are back to glamping with full hook-up including electric and water. The AC and fridge are running super cool which is good because we are in that dry heat that is peaking at the upper 90's. After setting up our campsite, we headed out to find ...
... We got right in on the next tour. It was amazing to see all of the strange rock formations from the erosion on the sand stone. This was Austin’s favorite thing of the day. We had to hike to the canyon and then go down into the ground on five very steep staircases. The tour was pretty long and the passages were very narrow. The Indian guides didn’t try to sell us on the science though. ...
... Since then if it even looks like rain they close the tours for the day. He also told us the Native Americans used to hide in the canyon from the blue soldiers. His grandfather was a medicine man and told Henry the medicine men were able to hide the entrances when the soldiers were near.
From the canyon we drove to Horseshoe Bend. It was a fairly short walk to the edge. Dan took the pictures up close, I ...
... hotel (the Courtyard Marriott in Page, Arizona is absolutely gorgeous!) and settled down for a little bit before we went over to Antelope Canyon for our 3:30pm appointment time.
A funny: Arizona does not follow Daylights Savings Time, but the Navajo Nation does, so whenever we drove through their land, our phones would switch to Mountain Time, but once we drove out of the reservation, our time would switch ...
... we must sound like a couple of characters from a Monty Python sketch now "Saw some brilliant rocks today." While at Bryce the main attraction was just a few yards from our room, at Zion we took the shuttle bus up to the top of the park and then walked all the way back down. (Actually that last bit was for Jan and Bill. We really only walked about a mile on the way back as it was ...