Americana Inn - Route 66
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The Supai Village was closed because of the heavy floods in August and as we didn't have a permit to be on a Indian Reservate a local Rangers almost escorted us out.. Reaching the Grand Canyon comes so suddenly as its not smth you can see from a distance..its a huge mountain without a summit..moreover its like a mountain upsidedown as when you've …
... on your shirt?," she was wearing a tank with the one and only Mountaineer on it. #notinWVanymore
After having a relaxing evening at another Route 66 motel, we embarked on a 8 mile hike on the Bell Rock Pathway just outside of Sedona (see photos). It's a gorgeous area to hike and if you enjoy mountain biking YOU HAVE TO GO!
Back in Flagstaff, our motel had a limited number of channels so we went to Collins Irish Pub for a second time to watch Kentucky vs. ...
... we keep bothering as it was very ordinary and we threw it away.
Back to the viewing stations of the canyon, it was still amazing. Then we began our drive to Flagstaff, following the canyons rim for a long way so we could stop often to check out the scenery. Took us quite some time to get along the road.very beautiful drive. We arrived into Flagstaff and drove all over trying to find a bank. So called into maccas again and used ...
... 3pm (A good effort considering we had skiied for nearly two days!) Gary took Celyn for a couple of runs up to the top of the mountain and Riley and I picked out T-shirts in the shop and then relaxed in the camper till they were finished. Seriously if the access roads were better in NZ I would get a camper just for going skiing! We got stuck in traffic heading back so it was a bit of a rush to shower, get our good clothes on and get dolled up for dinner out. ...
Eagles tunes blasted as we left the corner of Winslow Arizona.... waited quite a while to get some photos taken on this famous corner. Really neat experience.... the family ahead of us had Grandpa and mom and dad and three kids and took way more pics than we did but we took enough. Another piece of historic Route 66. Also, as we walked to the corner, I passed the museum and noted that had we been here a week before we could've seen the Harvey ...
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