Canyon Colors Bed and Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Arriving in Page after our long drive we checked into our hotel. It was nearing sunset so we drove just out of town to the Horseshoe Bend Overlook. 900 foot sheer cliffs over a bend in the Colorado River that we would raft the next morning. There were lots of other tourists meaning the car park was full and we had to park on the road. But the walk in was worth it as we was ...
... the extra produce which abounds beside your kingdom. Please, Sire, allow Allah the Sovereign to soften your heart and permit me to finish with mine head intact.
Verily you are too kind, my Lord! Away from the cavern set in the ground, walking for days, we ventured upon row after row of orchards ripe with red and greened apples, golden pears, black grapes and voluptuous purple pomegranates. No farmer was tending a lush field, and to my shame we did pick many fine and ...
... the movie Cars, most of the cars from the movies are still here. Was an awesome couple of hours. Radiator Springs in the movie is Seligman.
passed lots of juniper berry trees, they call them gin berries.the Indians live the Lodge Pole Pines this is what they make their teepees out of. Saw the Pronghorn antelope, it can run at 55mph but can't jump.. Lots of funny safety signs on the side of the road, they call them Burma Shaves, one that amused ...
... Old Cliff Dwellers House
Can't believe there is anything left!
Still storming so headed back to Page.
Stopped here for pictures; couldn't believe a guy was climbing down the side.
... Canyon which was wider & deeper here, with colours galore. I decided I wanted to climb down to an out crop of rock, the Crewe decided to watch from afar & take some picture, wow it was an incredible feeling, you lost the noise of people and could only feel & hear the breeze. We left the visitors area & headed out on the 64 though the Navajo National park stopping to marvel at the view points on ...