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Cogemos el coche en las vegas... Hay tragaperras hasta en el car pickup! Yann se ha quedado frito en una silla del aeropuerto... Anouk y Mat caen al minuto de entrar en el coche. La carretera es impresionante! Un paisaje desertico, carretera enorme e interminable. Las Vegas es realmente una ciudad fantasma en medio de la nada... Despues de 2 horas …
... 8221;. At the end of the “Riverside Walk” hike (which we conquered), the Narrows begins. We trekked the 2.2 miles of the Riverside Walk and then stopped at the commencement of “The Narrows”. For 10 more miles the canyon winds through the crimson sandstone - in some spots stretching 2,000 feet high and narrowing to 20 feet wide. However, the hike isn’t a cakewalk. At least 60% of the time is spent walking, wading, and sometimes swimming ...
... 8211; particularly roses – bloom in gardens and on boulevards and boxes along sidewalks. Pride of place is not lacking in St. George.
St. George is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Retirees seek it out for its warm weather, affordable housing and ...
Today's major highlight is visiting Hoover Dam, which sits astride the border between Arizona and Nevada. We leave Boulder City, heading east on US-93 for the 15-minute ride to Hoover Dam. With nearly a million visitors annually, the concrete arch-gravity dam is a major tourist attraction. It's operated by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. On one end of Hoover Dam is Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the U.S. Downstream ...
... ride in the backpack while hiking. She loves it, but man it's heavy! We stayed in the area for three days, and went to Zion every day. I could easily spend a week or two there.
There's also a really cool little town just before the entrance to Zion. Springdale has shops, restaurants, little hotels and bed & breakfasts. We didn't get to spend a lot of time there, but Molly mentioned that it would be a really nice place for the two of ...