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We gave ourselves a special treat today. Instead of heading straight to the Grand Canyon, we diverted our trip to beautiful Zion National Park, where we saw some of the most beautiful scenery of this whole trip. It was breathtaking, and totally different from Glacier, Alaska, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, or the Grand Canyon.
Every twist and turn …
We had an early start this morning and were out of he unit by just after 9am, heading to the Canyon. On our way, we say a guy on the side of the road with a measuring wheel. After we had passed him, we realised that this was Dave, the land surveyor we had been talking to at the hotel.
On the map, there was a marked scenic route, which took …
... vibe well. I guess I can say I got my kicks on Route 66 now!
The following day We drove up to the Grand Canyon. We thought we should experience it for its real beauty so we went on a 15km hike down to Indian garden. It's a very steep walk. We dropped 1km in elevation, the walk down was easy (it was basically a goat track that wound back and forth many times via switchback) the walk back up was probably the hardest physical venture of ...
... Arizona borders meet. We chose not to pay the entrance fee as we were time constrained. As we left 4 ways and just before Cortez we met with an oncoming truck that flicked up a stone and broke our windscreen. It seemed to have only cracked the outer layer so we pushed on to our accommodation The White Eagle ...
... On our left we couldn't see the Little Colorado River, but we saw how it had gouged its own ragged way through the land. Next up was Cameron - a junction of the 64 and 89 where there were two filling stations and a few Navajo souvenir shops. We turned right for Flagstaff and passed quite a few stalls beside the road that were selling authentic Native American jewellery. Soon after that we saw the San Francisco Peaks again (as you would do from various directions in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Williams
Very small room, shower but no tub in small bathroom, but adequate. Further away from the Grand Canyon than we expected, but for those who are interested in being on historic route 66, it is right here in the middle of it. It was a little hard to find because there were no signs showing it was even here. There were signs for many of the other chain hotels but not this one.
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