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A few days ago, we didn't know that the the Grand Canyon would be reopened, and the last part of our trip could actually go according to plan. We didn't want to take the chance of Glen Canyon not being open to take a trip on the Colorado River on our wedding anniversary, or that we would be twiddling our thumbs instead of hiking South Rim of the …
... were overwhelmed with the beauty of it.
As we drove up the one lane drive, we were looking for the red gate at the top of the driveway. Next to it was a large lone tree. We took the left down the long drive and we were overwhelmed by the 8 foot tall hedges on either side of the drive. The house then appears on the right and we drove around to the back entrance of the house. As expected, the key was in the lock. We immediately entered the house and could not believe how ...
... Parks is the Rangers. And here like every park there are talks and walks and enthusiastic staff who with deep knowledge help us to understand more of the geology, fauna and flora. A few facts must suffice to fuel the imagination for those who have not seen it. It is 227 miles long, more than a mile deep and 11 miles wide.
Utah and Arizona are huge and empty but by now we are comfortable with driving hour after hour through the beautiful mountains and desserts. ...
i am leaving the country in exactly one day for a place across the world from Phoenix. i feel as if i'm not mentally present in Phoenix, but i have felt that way ever since i learned i would be traveling to Chengdu. i have been packing and preparing myself as best i can for ...
... to be doing fine, but was a bit disappointed with the snow. Snow? I told her that we haven't had any here. What else to say?
Again thanks for stopping by. I'll add the photos and send this on to you...
Oops...I just deleted the photos from the last sunset and the fine shots of birds feeding by the coach. One photo survived, from my ride today. It's all good though, I reckon... <blush>
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
We found a relaxing space in the midst of urban Phoenix. Flagstaff room is round the back of the property, with a comfy bed and great wet room. The continental style breakfast includes plenty of fruit and also homemade cakes. The gardens are lovely, with several quiet spots to sit, and also the pool which was warm enough to swim in. Eddie and Dale were helpful with directions, where to eat and were happy to stop and chat to find out how we were getting on. Would definitely stay again if we return to Phoenix.
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