Canyon Colors Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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The Antelope canyon is amazing. it's hard to believe that it was all formed by nature and we came at the perfect time and had the perfect tour guide too. The sand was one huge sand box. It was so soft. The curves in the canyon were perfect. Although I don't know why there was a power plant across the street producing pollution. It's hard to believe someone got over 6 ...
... ended up there frozen to the core. Don't have to tell you it was wonderful! In Lamar Colorado, the county commissioner changed the oil on the bike....didn't help keeping her on the road but it's a good story none the less. Pueblo West was my favorite stop and we all know why! What a surreal experience. Walking into a store, purchasing herb and walking out with it not hidden under your shirt or down your pants....lol. ...
... used to wrap the cold metal railings leading to all the stairs. A very retro look, even thu the tower was quite a new addition in recent history. A local Hopi artist painted/used sand drippings for all the graphics we saw in the tower.
Arrived Carl Hayden Visitor Center @ Glen Canyon Nat’l Recreation Area early afternoon. Felix took a quick glance of the program offered, and led us to the amphitheater for ...
... to Page and then checked-in to another Best Western, but this time it was 'View of Lake Powell Hotel'. We drove to the nearby dam, Glen Canyon Dam. It is what made Lake Powell and holds back to Colorado River. We learned a lot of information at the visitor center by watching three movies; Standing Tall, Treasured Waters, and Desert Oasis. We after a good exercise ...
... we gently floated along, Absolutely Jaw dropping canyon scenery. The walls started at about 600ft high going higher as we went to end up at 1000 ft in height, realised the scale browns when Nate pointed out people at the top of lookouts at Horseshoe Bend (look it up) who looked like small matchsticks.The colours went from whitish to Rich Browns. Black rocks called varnish were from the mixture of iron and ...