Grand Canyon Inn
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... in fact annoying and they had coffee and he didn't. They also were not sure why we did not have guns In Australia. One of them was excited to tell us he had enough deer on his preserve to have a brief hunting season in his own back yard. One of them clearly did not have coffee in his coffee cup. He kept calling us convicts which grew tiresome after spending 20mins at a cold bus stop with him. The sunrise itself was pretty neat and worth the sleep deprivation and cold. ...
... Thy name ' psalm 66. We took what were to be a few of many photographs before exploring the watch tower which was a relatively new construction built to looked old with wonderful native drawings on the walls and ceilings. We called in at the shop to buy some lunch and were delighted by the welcome from the cashier and the Vivaldi playing in the background. Very fitting and I told the Manager so! I enjoyed the film showing in the Visitors Centre which gave arial shots of the ...
... green ranger uniforms & hats. Travelling along the winding road until we reached the Village where our Bright Angel Lodge was positioned on the edge of the South rim of the canyon. There was no where to park, we had to circle the town and drive round again as it was so busy. We did finally find one space, but it some distance from the lodge to cart all our suitcases & supplies from. We checked in with our special receptionist, whom was mr slur, ...
... one was the biggest we had found with items in the pot. At 11am we checked out and finally headed towards Flagstaff, our destination of the day. Passing by plenty of desert now, barren & nothing to look at apart from billboards & odd towns: Joseph City - hardly a city, a pocket sized town with a dirty great coal mining plant in it. Winslow - Route 66 divides both sides of the main town, we came off at the 2nd junction into The town onto 3rd avenue, seeing a few ...
... continued through Arizona we also stopped at Bearizona Wildlife Park to have a quick drive through safari. We saw some American wildlife. Our particular favourites were the Bears and Wolves. If they couldn't kills us in a second, we'd have loved to have had a cuddle! It's amazing that animals that are SO cute are so deadly! The mountain sheep and goat were also soooo adorable!
We didn't stop to go around the zoo part, but if we ever went back we could have easily spent a day ...