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I know in
the last chapter I stated that Monument Valley would be my choice if I had to
make it as to which one I would see if I had to choose. I
said I would choose Monument Valley any time.
I still stick to that however you can't help but be impressed by the
Grand Canyon. It truly deserves its
place as one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World.
It was good
to look at it ...
... Easy Street . It is in Carefree along with Ho Hum Road, Nonchalant Ave and Up and Down Place. The discoverer of Carefree Mr. Tom Darlington had a sense of humor in naming the streets of the town.
We ended our day by taking Nancy out to eat at the Spotted Donkey Mexican restaurant. ...
... could be right so we went into town on the east end and drove the 3 miles through the narrow and tourist and car crowded one lane one way street till we finally arrived at the round-a-bout------at the entrance to the Providence Inn, where we are staying! Later out to dinner at Napi’s again and with David as our server. They had had a big New Year’s Eve crowd and were out of several foods, including clams! Phil really wanted the bouillabaisse ...
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... terrain course. So we got in to our well used Jeep and went to the South end of town to the Pueblo Grande Archeological Park.
This Park is a partial excavation of a pueblo that dates back to 750AD to 1450AD. Although this is a large site they do not know why the people left as is the case on most of these dwellings and excavations. They do have remnants of their lives that have been uncovered so they know how they lived and farmed. You could walk around and view ...