Americas Best Value Inn and Suites - Flagstaff E. Route 66
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... to the Spring, Summer and Autumn to be on the safe side - we have again been very lucky!
Our next stop will be Las Vegas, a world away from the fairly quiet and tranquil surroundings of Flagstaff. Maybe we will win a million or two on the 25 cent slot machines or maybe we will still need to be looking for jobs in April. I am pretty sure which way to bet on this, however, you have to be in it to win it so Viva Las Vegas baby!
... been up since 4am we were quite anxious to get the drive out the way as quickly as possible to the Holiday Inn Express just outside the Grand Canyon National Park, which was to be our home for the night.
16 miles outside and Vaughan looked exhausted so for the first time on our trip I got some driving in. We've been looking for a car for Vaughan and because of the fuel efficiency of the Prius it was a strong contender, however after having driven it ...
... the breeze - incredible - like a supercharged air conditioner with air that smelled of my childhood home's basement. At that moment, quite possibly the greatest geological feature on the planet. I didn't want to leave; too busy standing over it to take a photo, I found this one on the interwebs for your reference. If I ...
We arrived in Flagstaff at 9pm after driving from Vegas and had a lovely welcome by Matt and Sheaffy and his friends. They had some pizza and we went out for drinks downtown. It was a really cool place because of the big university so it brought a lot of young people and business to the town. Georgia, Jessie and Mary-John were Sheaffys camp friends he had met up with and are working with again this ...
... one little bar in town, where the owner opened the kitchen up just to make us grilled cheeses. This dinky bar had loads of antique bits all over the place! A few bikers were sat down drinking their usual Sunday beer. There was a jar with a note on it that said: "donations for our liquor license" because they simply didn't have enough income. Chloride Arizona. It was an experience to say the ...