Grand Canyon Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... from the Route 66 connections, Williams’s pride and joy is the vintage Grand Canyon Railway which whistles and steams its way north to the canyon every morning, taking roughly two hours each way. Dinner is first on the cards and it's smoked wild hog wings in a BBQ sauce - very very yummy - at a local microbrewery. Unable to make a decision about which beer should be a go for the evening well as any reasonable person would do, let's taste the lot. We ...
... revenge for disturbing his peace and quiet. But no, listening hard the whole forest was filled with the sound of falling cones. Roger took a nap, Pete went to the only wifi spot on the whole North Rim in the store by the campground ( we wonder how they get away with it in this day and age but it seems typical of National Park Services here), and Jane continued with her book until dinner. Now time for bed and up promptly tomorrow for our drive to Springdale and Zion National ...
... for lunch under some welcome shade. The original bridge was built in 1928 to provide an alternative to the unreliable and dangerous Lees ferry and now is used by pedestrians only. The new bridge was built to accommodate today's heavier traffic in 1998 in a very similar style to the original. We arrived at the Grand Canyon North Rim at 3 pm and had our first view of the Canyon which was truly breathtaking. We settled into our log cabin ...
... we missed the Ranger walk but could still do one on the Raptors of the Park, a shuttle bus trip to another look out point and we had an interesting talk on some of the raptors of the park, how some use the Canyon thermal updrafts to help them migrate. It was very interesting, we then walk to the point where they count the different Raptors (Eagles, Hawks, Falcons) and tried to spot some ourselves. I found a couple right across the ...
... lots of people but the views are great. We spot our 2nd & 3rd wildlife, 2nd = an Elk on the way into the park, 3rd = an unknown grey shape we saw moving below the Canyon rim but that disappeared into a bush before we could get the binoculars out, prob a chipmunk or squirrel. And what was the 1st, that I forgot mention on the day it happened on the way to Vegas when we took a small detour down a side road of the Interstate. 1st = a roadrunner, it ran out in ...