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TravelPod Member ReviewsHôtel Le Minaret Cagnes-sur-Mer
A place where you can stay for a night, and next morning move on. 2 nights or more, find some other place. The owners is nice and it's clean.
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... the canyon floor were further canyon dropoffs. The results were spectacular! You couldn't really see much from the road as it was inland from the edge, but there were several Scenic Overlooks where you could walk over to the railings and see some really awesome views. There were other views that required a longer hike, but we just didn't have the time to do these hikes. There is one in Shafer Canyon where you actually walk down into ...
Bluff become a settlement in 1880 when a group of Mormons managed to reach this green valley after travelling for over six months.
Oh, and since we've left the Navajo Nation beer is now back on the menu again! Yay!
Heading out for dinner shortly. Only three restaurants in this small community so hopefully not too busy!
Updated: We picked the mid-priced restaurant - see picture - that included locally reared bison on ...
... plate. Paul had eggs, bacon, toast and home fries. Sarah had a breakfast burrito and Mom had half a bowl of oatmeal (which was the size of 3 packets of Quaker Instant Oatmeal).
We stopped at a grocery store to pick up sandwiches to take along then drove into Mesa Verde National park. Dad got tickets for a tour of the Balcony House while Mom headed into the gift shop to find the stamp and get a pin.
We had a few hours to get to ...
... sunsets at our RV park in Blanding.
This was a great stop. Not that long...that is, if you don't walk down to each of the bridges. We only did the one....half-mile round trip....and straight down! The others were over a mile+ in each direction, again, straight down. Imagine how many years it took for the rivers to carve out the side of the canyon walls to make these ...
... shanties surrounded by more rubbish than you could imagine! Apparently in the late eighties the US Govt brought in a bill which gave native Indians the right to run Casinos and suchlike and retain the profits - thus alleviating the Govt having to keep supporting the people! There are around 400 such Casinos in the US and they return around $20 billion to the elders who in turn use it as they see fit! We saw lots of new transportable type ...