Grand Canyon Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... one was the biggest we had found with items in the pot. At 11am we checked out and finally headed towards Flagstaff, our destination of the day. Passing by plenty of desert now, barren & nothing to look at apart from billboards & odd towns: Joseph City - hardly a city, a pocket sized town with a dirty great coal mining plant in it. Winslow - Route 66 divides both sides of the main town, we came off at the 2nd junction into The town onto 3rd avenue, seeing a few ...
... off the canyon walls and surrounded by the rock formations this was a brillaint way to spend the afternoon. Even if the 380 foot acsent back to the canyon ridge did nearly kill Abbie. After a stop of at the visitors centre, our time in Bryce was over and thus ended four of the most engrossing days we have both experienced. As we returned to our motel and took a drive round the lovely town we had been based in, we treated ourselves to a sit down meal which was so rushed by the staff we ...
We got up early as planned and got down to Williams train (rail-road) station. This was a fantastic place and just as you'd expect in any wild west movie, platform at the same level as the track. Erin waited on the platform while I got tickets to the Grand Canyon. As I waited in the queue "an imposin' cow poke strutted around a - greetin' folk". Looked like we were in for a bit of a show too.
As I got our tickets he grabbed a ...
... admiring the view. When I told her what had happened she wasn’t best pleased. I reminded her that I was well insured and she would have been pounds in if I had went over the edge.
We left the canyon and made our way to Williams. After a short rest at the hotel we had a walk around the town which has a real flavour of Route 66. I had a couple of local beers and Pauline tried some local wine in one of the bars.
On to Kingman ...
... under the weather since we left. Hiking was out of the question, and while the Grand Canyon is awe inspiring, it just made me want to climb down to the bottom, and hike back up. I could spend a month right there. Sounds cool huh. Instead we played a game called, "How many people will call my Boston Terrier a Pug?" It's about 50%. Nobody ever guesses anything else, even though Frenchies are a good guess. Probably anyone who knows ...