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Clean room, comfortable bed, great location, friendly staff, what more could you ask for. Oh and great value for your dollar
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... 66 for a bit. We even saw a motel with rooms in the shape of teepees (reminded me of the movie Cars!) Evan drove most of the way. He didn't feel comfortable with me driving on the curvy roads in the mountains. We made it to Flagstaff, checked in to the hotel, and crashed! Miles travelled: 1050 Hours on the road: 17 Total miles: 2075 Total hours: ...
... it's closed due to fire recently. No thanks! So we hit the pool, enjoyed Captain Cokes, and the kids swam for a while. When hunger pains hit, and hotel happy hour provided a few snax, we dressed and headed into Old Town where I could spend days! But after nixing an hour wait at a grill we found Apline Pizza and timed it perfectly to get an outdoor table. 4 ind. pizzas, a Caesar salad, and 2 local beers later we were ready to wrap up a day. A good ...
... real characters, we left by way of the cemetery, to check out some previous inhabitants and felt that this had been a earl highlight so far. Making our way back to the main road, it was a little like Brigadoon... had we been away for at least a decade and stumbled on somewhere that was outside time itself? It certainly felt like it.
The next phase of the journey was was through a large pretty blank canvas. Here was the place to investigate the wonders of cruise control. ...
... a short side trip down to ...
Brilliant day. Early start to retake photos in Monument Valley in clear sky with early morning sunlight on rocks. Left Kayenta and drove to Cameron's Trading Post for breakfast 90 minutes later. Drove to the East entrance of Grand Canyon National Park. First stop was Desert View. Climbed the watchtower. Amazing views of the canyon. Breathtaking. Drove along Desert View drive and stopped ...