Econo Lodge West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... limited, but my small mind wondered why they didn't have seat numbers and only take bookings until the bus was filled. I understood that this was how most companies operated but clearly Greyhound was beyond such folly.
The security guard patrolled the halls as if he was Rambo, barking orders at people and demanding that they stop complaining and get back in line. We approached the ticket counter to find out what was happening and it quickly became clear that our ...
The day started at 2:38 a.m. for me. That was when I heard Philip get up, and I looked at the clock. The alarm was set to go off at 2:45. I don't know how his internal alarm works, but he never needs a wake-up call. We had to be in the hotel lobby by 3:15 a.m. for the bus ride back to the airport in Naples. Our first flight was at 6:15 a.m. We flew from Naples to Munich, and now we are on the way to Houston as I ...
... and walked around the village square. The Native Americans had spread out their blankets and were selling their wares to the tourists. As we were walking back to our car, a derelict came up to Gordy and said something, but Gordy couldn't understand him and we got into the car. The guy got mad and hit our car with his cane. I guess he was panhandling.
We had lunch downtown at the RTE 66 diner. Nice ...
1st day of vacation...LOOOOOOVE the feeling! The BW had a decent bkfst that we 2 enjoyed peacefully on the sidewalk outside the lobby. Belgium waffles and yogurt were tasty but we lacked fruit.
At 945a we woke the kids to join us and then headed out to hike the short trails to ancient native petroglyphs. There were 2 canyons open so we walked the ...
... who designed the Hermit Rest house and the Bright Angel Lodge. The tower is modern but meant to evoke the American Indian cultures of the southwest. It provides nice views as well as a nice shopping opportunity as you have to walk through the gift shop to get up the tower.
Omar decided to take an unconventional route to Albuquerque via Tuba City and route 264. Normally folks would take 64 to Interstate 40, but 264 is the hypotenuse of ...