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... the trip and another 110,000 people young and old celebrate “THE POLAR EXPRESS” runs that visit Santa at the North Pole from mid November through early January. Part of these runs are done with one of two re-furbished Steam Locomotives... And the rest of the trips are made with the common diesel electric locomotives we’re used to seeing on the tracks... With ...
... menu looked lovely, but would have been to heavy for this time of day, so planned to go back later for some top tucker. When the music man took a break, we took our leave to continue our western walk around town. They were famous for their zip wire attraction alongside the railway & Route 66. It was pretty high, it pulled you back and let you go at some speed. There was a queue, so we joined it to have a go. Having checked the price board for a couple was $12. As we ...
... deer on the side of the road in a similar place. Clearly someone with a much bigger car didn't take the sign seriously!
After over a week hiking through national parks, up and down mountains, alongside rivers, we only had one national park left to visit. Time to head off to the Joshua Tree National Park and onto the final cities of the trip. With our time with nature nearly up it was time to get back into the cities again; San Diego and Los Angeles.
Lots of love, J&A ...
We had to check out of the Las Vegas RV Resort by midday so after we got up we made the most of the pool and had a little swim. Once we'd packed up and decoupled from the hookups and planned our route. We were keeping an open mind on ultimate destination but somewhere in Arizona via the Hoover Dam was the aim.
We plodded though the outskirts of Vegas and were soon back in the "real" desert again. Before long we came over the brow of ...
... definitely remains one of the 7 wonders of at least my world because I feel no more educated than I did prior to watching that film. I was, however, extremely pleased by the aerial views they used to capture the essence of the Grand Canyon. Even though there really is no better way to see the thing than to see it for yourself! Post-movie, we rolled into lunch at Bedrock City, where a few teammates decided to pay the $2 to ...