Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... what it would be like at sunrise or sunset. My parents visited the canyon several years ago, but they couldn't see anything because of fog. We were thankful for such a beautiful day. The weather has been spectacular so far. We did, however, get some rain this evening. We all laughed - what was this stuff coming from the sky? We haven't seen any for weeks.
We left the canyon and drove to Williams, AZ. Williams is ...
... far we have covered a little over 5000 miles.
We spend the evening over a meal in a route 66 restauarant called Cruisers in Williams - you cannot miss it - it has a red car on its roof.
Our riding group seemed to have settled to myself, Bob and Dutch Paul - a good combination oftwo BMW bikes and ZZR!
A long 400 mile ride to look forward to tomorrow skirting around the Grand Canyon, so bed ...
... the street was a quilt shop! So we went inside and talked with the lady there. I thought, "In such a small town she must not get much business." Turns out, quilters like to visit new quilt shops when they travel, so she'd had customers from 14 different countries the week before. That was a fun stop for me.
Back to the motel and a good night's sleep before our adventure for tomorrow - The Grand Canyon!
The ride from the Four Corners to just north of Flagstaff, AZ was filled with beautiful views. Darren and I agree since we got off I-10 in Texas the scenery can change dramatically every 5 to 10 miles. What an experience – who knew there was so much beauty in nature.
We stopped at Doc Holliday's Steakhouse and enjoyed a wonderful steak and all the fixins’ complete with live entertainment.
Off to Kingman for the night via ...
... have imagined doing. I was able to see the world in a totally different way; I learned that there's so much more to life than just what you know and what you have done. This has taught me to always try new things and take risks because you never know the affect it could have on you. In this world, there are always things to see and experience, so its always goo to give things a try even if you're scared or ...