Americas Best Value Inn and Suites - Flagstaff E. Route 66
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... another early arrival and prepping for tomorrow. Tomorrow is going to be a big day as we are getting up early and heading for the Grand Canyon (East Rim) and then once we are done there, we are heading for Las Vegas. I am hoping that we can leave it quite late to travel to Vegas as I would like to try and drive in at night when it is all lit up. Emma is on board for this so hopefully we can get a great shot of Vegas from a distance lit up. ...
... s are making use of its history to attract tourists and they have added signs beside the new ones stating "historic Route 66" after the tour of Acoma Pueblo we headed for Arizona El Malpais national ...
... the way there were viewing decks which only a few people were at at any given time. This was really peaceful and the experience we had been craving when thinking about our trip to the Grand Canyon.
We made our way back to Flagstaff via Cameron where the views were gorgeous, with the only real homes either RV's or caravans. We were now deep into Najavo reservation territory and saw plenty of little stalls where they were selling homemade jewellery and ...
... the whole time we were there.
My favorite part of the whole park was the Rainbow Forest. Here you get to wander along easy-going trails and you are able to get right up next to the petrified wood. It's so weird to touch though. You know it's rock but it feels like tree bark and the colors are so rich and gorgeous to look at.
After visiting the park, we moved on to our cabin in Flagstaff. Going to take it easy tomorrow before hitting the Grand Canyon on Tuesday.
... interesting, and the canyon is breathtaking; the scale of it is something that can't really be conveyed in photos. Thursday we visited the museum of Northern Arizona, drove to Sedona, and drove to a meteor crater. In the evening we visited the Lowell Observatory, where former planet Pluto was discovered. Next is San ...