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... the loo with 6 litres of water and stop watering the grass by the pavement, sorry, sidewalk!
America is big ...really big so it takes time to get anywhere. Leaving the motel at 7.30am means that you will arrive at your destination at least 90 minutes later. We set off and drove along roads with Ponderosa Pine forests plus a few settlements then some open plains with scrubby bushes. Then we paid our $25 and drove into the Grand Canyon visitors centre. Just by the ...
... tell. The guy on the other side of me was sitting at the bar doing an assignment, and then he start looking up Tooheys New pictures on his computer, I as him why, and he said the guy next to him told him it was a good beer. So the guy on the other side of the assignment guy was team Australia. I chatted to him for a bit, he was traveling too. He had been over here with his Dad traveling the eastern states, his father had since left and he was heading west to LA, ...
... while were there. The red sandstone formations in particular, as well as all the incredible formations caused by erosion by the (now, extremely modest) Virgin River are spectacular. Have never seen such colors in nature before. The contrast with the almost white limestones is really spectacular. In the winter, private vehicles are allowed on the drive into the Canyon, so we drove back. Very few people in ...
The Grand Canyon was, in a word, INCREDIBLE! We arrived there at about 11pm on the 16th and camped out under the stars in just sleeping bags which was great. On our way there though, we "lost" the canyon twice...once on the interstate while we drove past a massive sign for it, and again when we thought we'd missed a turning, but we were just actually driving along it...yeah, idiot points for us :-p We set alarms for 5am so we could get up and watch the sun rise over the canyon ...
... with one of the last remaining Harvey Hotels from the Santa Fe rail line. They were going to tear this beautiful building (La Posada) down in the 1990s, until it was saved, by two local women and a recent college graduate, who moved into the hotel and renovated the 75,000 square foot building with his wife and best friend. It is now a real architectural gem, and is listed on both the National and State Historic Register. They have a little restaurant, called ...
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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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