Americas Best Value Inn of Williams
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... leftovers and then headed out to take a drive around town. We ended up going to the Arches National Park right at sunset and took a few pictures, we'll be back tomorrow for a day of hiking. After our ride through the park and town we needed more nourishment (ice cream) so we stopped at the Moab Dinner for ice cream sundaes, very good and very large. We're back at the GG now and ready for showers and bed at ...
... s as we traveled across the USA.
Each trip in the Fred Harvey car included greetings by our hostess, a pleasant brunch with beverages, and entertainment. Our return trip included a train robbery complete with 3 masked men and a sheriff! Of course, we don't want to forget the delightful young photographer who took our picture celebrating our 46th Wedding Anniversary!
... smiles (hum, maybe just me!)
A visit to Dan's secret spot, a slot canyon, between Mooney and Beaver Falls. Stunning landscape, I could only imagine when the canyon is filled with blooming red buds. Picture cherry blossoms in slot canyon. I would love to do another hike in the future during spring time.
Beaver Fall at last, Felix and I made it to the bottom of the fall after many flags of wooden ladders. Curtis and Alex waited ...
... menu looked lovely, but would have been to heavy for this time of day, so planned to go back later for some top tucker. When the music man took a break, we took our leave to continue our western walk around town. They were famous for their zip wire attraction alongside the railway & Route 66. It was pretty high, it pulled you back and let you go at some speed. There was a queue, so we joined it to have a go. Having checked the price board for a couple was $12. As we ...
... With an array of colours and landforms as far as the eye could see, this view took the crown of best view we have enjoyed lunch in. And there have been many! From here we began our drive back to the entrance of the park enjoing half a dozen stops at the park's vista points. The best of which was certainly the Grand Staircase Escalantae Monument. With each stop, a different view of the canyon was offered and hopefully the pictures do some justice as to why many people claim Bryce to ...