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... but staying in the middle & continuing to walk carefully over. Eventually we made it back up to the parking lot. After a quick break, we headed back out on the road to go to the Chapel of the Holy Cross. As we neared the chapel we noticed that there quite a few cars trying to park or get in line to go up to the upper parking lot. Thankfully Jon found a spot near the bottom so we just had to carefully walk up the road to the top which was a bit interesting with cars coming ...
... meal with no spills, no dropped cutlery, and no bathroom talk! Ok fine, Aimee did spill a little of her drink but she was just shaking with excitement to finally have a moment away from our dearly loved children! We strolled through the streets of Palm Springs and enjoyed the mist the stores and restaurants had pointed at the sidewalk trying to keep everyone cool. We had ...
... nurse it. Apparently hummingbirds do this. Today I need to do laundry and a few other household chores that need attention. Tomorrow we pick up the car we rented, so another thing to do today is plan our week for visiting locations in Arizona we want to see. We might even try locations in some of the adjoining states. We will see how things pan out here. We made a late picnic lunch and headed to the park's family center ...
After leaving Zion National Park we headed south for Arizona & called in to a place called Kanab, UT. A lot of movies were filmed around this area way back when & in Kanab there is a place called Little Hollywood. It is a movie back-lot set & has a few of the sets from different movies. From there it was on to Navajo Bridge, a bridge that crosses the Colorado River between Glen Canyon Dam, where we were a week ago, & the Grand Canyon. The original bridge was finished in ...
... mild temperatures so it is ideal for camping, biking, horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking along the Verde River, boating and fishing. This is a popular camping are for the "snowbirds" during the winter. The park has five loops for camping and three of them have electric and water. Bathhouses were clean and there were showers. The Quail loop has more vegetation and the higher you go there ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting