Crowne Plaza Concord
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... but whatever happened, when we approached, not a Bison was to be seen. With heavy hearts (and legs - we'd been walking for over two hours by this stage) we set out through the wild parts of the park towards the finish line. We were determined to make it from one end of the park to the other, and not even the Coyote warnings posted regularly as we left the more manicured parts behind were going to put us off. Finally in the distance the hush hush of the ocean could be heard, ...
... The prices were reasonable and when our food arrived we were extremely surprised. It looked like we had been given four times what one normally gets when ordering sushi. What a great deal! This really was a great price for over 30 rolls! It was so much, in fact, that we had to give up some of our rolls to the Brits.
The deal was too good to be true and we realized this when our bill arrived. Instead of charging us for the two rolls ...
... planned and organized this expedition to an amazing extent. AzRA (http://azraft.com/) had once again been superb outfitters, second to none, and their guides Randy Tucker and Katie Proctor took exceptional care of us. They were not only exceedingly professional, they were warm, friendly and downright fun to be with. You really couldn't ask for more, yet they were ...
... ready to go on the pub crawl. As usual we were behind schedule and were rushing around to get ready, we finally made dinner at around 8.35 and we were supposed to be leaving at 9 - typical. We shovelled our food down and quickly washed up before running back up for some hairspray and we were ready by 9.05! There were about 25 people signed up to do the hostel pub crawl and as usual, some normal and some slightly odd. A guide who worked at the hostel appeared and led us to the ...
... over 5 million visitors a year. That averages out to almost 14,000 per day, making it a very crowded place, with an almost amusement park atmosphere during the summer. Most visitors briefly stop at one of the famous overlooks, snap a few pictures then jump back in their car or hop back on one of the free shuttles and head off to wherever, having checked-off the Grand Canyon from their life's ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center