Kaibab Camper Village
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Labor Day weekend, and we needed a break from the Vegas heat. The camper had been stored since we returned from Yellowstone, and we ere eager to get the girl out on the road again. We got a late start out of Vegas, leaving at 5:30 PM, and made decent time considering the HEAVY Labor Day traffic we encountered. The pull was an easy 220 miles, with a …
... sieht. Man kann noch eine kleine Rundwanderung unternehmen und wird dabei an weiteren Gesteinsformationen im leuchtenden Rot, Gelb und Orange vorbeikommen. Wir hatten unseren Campingkocher mitgenommen und es gab Chinanudeln aus unserem neuen Topf! Dieser Topf ist großartig, auch wenn es keiner ist. Es ist irgendein Grease Remover (ich hab keine Ahnung was das sein soll!). Aber es hat eine Topfform, besitzt einen Deckel, ein Sieb zum Abgießen und ist super leicht! Wir warteten bis kurz ...
I got up this morning at 6.40am, showered, dressed and then headed off to breakfast. I walked across the road to the Hollywood movie museum and ate breakfast here – this was included. After breakfast on the way back to the hotel i checked out some of the movie sets in the backyard. The sun was just rising, so i got some good pictures. Back at the hotel i got ready for the day, used the internet ...
Today is going to be a short day with only a half day planned for us with the other half of the day for us to do whatever we wanted around the lodge. We headed for breakfast at 7am before boarding the coach to head to Cape Royal to see another side of the canyon before we headed to Imperial Point. A few close calls with the other vehicles on the road not staying on ...
... bags and be led to the view point for the reveal of the canyon. After a very unnerving 15 minute walk and numerous comments along the way (thank god I had a paper bag over my head) we made it to the edge. It was pretty cool to see my groups reaction to seeing it for the first time. Back at camp we started up the camp fire, are dinner, chatted and relaxed. Luckily I had stayed at the canyon before ...