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... the trip and another 110,000 people young and old celebrate “THE POLAR EXPRESS” runs that visit Santa at the North Pole from mid November through early January. Part of these runs are done with one of two re-furbished Steam Locomotives... And the rest of the trips are made with the common diesel electric locomotives we’re used to seeing on the tracks... With ...
... and then went straight on to discover what the town was all about. Andy's first port of call was an ice Cold beer & a cocktail was in order. Being enticed in by some old guy on a guitar, sat on the outside veranda of 'cruisers 66 cafe'. He played a good range of tunes, both old and new with the odd bum notes he kept apologising for. It turns out he had a stroke a few weeks back and was getting back into the guitar playing after his recoup, pretty god darn good in that ...
... winding walk following the river that dissects the park, and apparently we were so immersed with the surrounding wildlife and views we completely missed the grotto and ended back at the park exit 3 miles later. As our horrific fitness levels gave in we decided a return trip the next day would be utilised to see the rest of the park. With our first experience of Zion over, particular highlights of the day including the sighting of a deer and mountain lion footsteps in dried ...
... well done; I was cynical to begin with but it was massively entertaining.
Finally the train pulled in, a modern diesel engine but some 30's and 50's carriages; we had one one from the 50's which fortunately was air conditioned and a bit like the ones depicted in the "Polar Express". In fact running up to Christmas they run "Polar Express" rides and kids can get on in pyjamas, drink hot chocolate while Santa walks up and down ...
... sandwiches', two granola bars, and three waters.
Ice bag- $7.50
Ice chest- $25.00