Hampton Inn Flagstaff East
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In Boulder City we saw a herd of mountain goats. If there hadn't been so many of them I wouldn't have spotted them. They blend in so well. We got stuck in traffic for 45 minutes trying to cross Hoover Dam. They have a check point before you get to it so it took forever. That by-pass will be so much better so that you can choose whether to cross the …
... the corner was always busy - but it has a young and vibrant population and a love of craft beer, with decent running and a mission to connect up existing trails to make a 43 mile loop round the edge. After a nap in the afternoon to make up for having had little sleep on the train, I went for a run, finding it tough but not as bad, nowhere near, as Ethiopia. It gets my vote for lifestyle and training, for ...
Good day today. Started by visiting an extinct volcano then an underground cave that has a permanent pool of ice. We then drove through more exceptional scenery with mesas, cliffs and extinct volcanoes. Crossed over the Continental Divide and into Arizona and our 3rd time zone. Visited Winslow (see picture for music question) then on to Flagstaff. Tried to visit the Petrified Forest but it was shut due to the US shutdown. The Grand Canyon is open so going there tomorrow. Nearly 300 miles ...
... and the equal of anything we ...
... of the punch card at the end that indicated his first time through. The Guide informed me that this was the first time he’d ever been called for that. Nice to be unique. Sam took some fantastic photos of the kids.
After the obstacle course, we headed to the town of Flagstaff for lunch, opting for the “Himalayan Café,” which was at first unpopular with Catherine (our pickier eater), but she warmed up after tasting the chicken. We headed to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services