Americas Best Value Inn and Suites - Flagstaff E. Route 66
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... out front that seemed to celebrate Route 66 and is/was used to call travelers into the establishment while they were traveling down the road and a marker was placed on the building as well. We've seen a lot of paraphernalia on the Historic route for sure.
It was fun to sit down and have a huge family dinner together – all 13 of us! As for the food – it was was pretty good, at least mines was and I didn't hear any complaints from anyone else. I had a ...
... since we left New York. Most people in the Midwest have been locals or some version of and to be honest I think I like them better. But despite the fact I had to share my Grand Canyon experience with other people it was still quite spectacular and watching the sunset over the Grand Canyon is something that I think everyone has to do in their lifetime. It helps you to remember that you are just one small part of the history of this amazing planet ...
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We’d googled RV parks and had found 2 at Mt. Carmel Junction and Hwy 89 www.mountcarmeljunction.com … one we left a voice mail… they never returned our call. The second call was to the RV park connected with the Best ...
... big. Sadie walked the rim with us and got lots of hugs and pets from the other tourists that were missing their pets at home. At one point she scared us and wanted to jump up on the wall. We stopped her mid-flight. I am sure the South Rim is a mad house in the summer, because even now there are serious tour buses full of Japanese, German and Italian tourists. Good to see all these people enjoying one of America's most beautiful sites. More shots to be taken at dawn ...
... with his beak.
Then we stopped off at a Wupatki pueblo, and visited the ruins there. Boy, it was amazing to think that it was 1000 years old and was still standing. They had reconstructed the community area and also the ball field. There was a blowhole right near the ball field and we got to feel the warmish air coming out. You could hold your hand there comfortably, just from a hole in the ground. Ken ducked into have a quick look ...