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Today we left Bakersfield. It was sad leaving my sister and her boys. We had a great time while we were with the Prendez family.... it was a great visit! Thank you Brian, Deb and Caleb for everything! We love you very much!
Today's drive was beautiful! It was a long drive but was very pretty....a very different part of our amazing country …
A late start but we got to Café Bellagio for breakfast. It would be lovely to have such fine dining experiences every morning, but I think we've taken care of the breakfast budget for the rest of the week. Aviva thought she'd like to see the dancing waterfalls so we wandered over but I guess they only perform at night. Didn't matter, Daniel's …
... that is what I experienced. The one exception was the last 20 minutes of the climb, it was tougher than that portion of the hike down.
On the way up we are passed by two mule trains taking visitors down to Phantom ranch.
Watching the mules it is clear they are used to the trail and cruise along at a surprising speed.
They don't seem to be impacted by the weight of their riders and will be down ...
... that showed me a close up view of the unique southwest style. After a few more lookout stops through the painted desert, we crossed over the interstate and headed southward to the petrified forest section of the park.
The entire park is along one main 28 mile stretch of road with most of the attractions right on the road. As we continued to drive through the park we were accompanied by fabulous rock formations and wide open spaces. It took us a bit of ...
... exploring at each spot. It made for a fairly relaxing experience, spending some time walking around in the heat and seeing the sights then getting back into the air conditioning for a few minutes before getting out again. It was a change of pace from my recent experiences of spending hours at a time hiking outside.
After the Giant logs trail (it was very creatively named), we headed north and stopped by the Agate Bridge, a large petrified tree trunk stretched over an arroyo that ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed