Linda's Lake Powell Condos

Address: 19 Tower Butte, Page, Arizona, 86040, United States | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Page

Lake Powell

A travel blog entry by thegormans on Sep 18, 2015

11 photos

... cloven hoofs entered our bodies. We are pure and righteous. Ay, your Majesty, your name travels far and wide – from the brink of the West to the cloud-hidden Shangri-La of the Orient: all have heard your name and know of your rule. All of the lands have heard of your just punishments to your wives and concubines, and so of the tender mercies you’ve issued. Nay, your Royal Highness, I am a simple man of simple stock, under the guidance of the caliph. I am no spy – ...


A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 10, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... headed off to an Italian restaurant - Stromboli's - same as the hotel -chaos. Food was great service was ssssss!! The tip was on the bill. We only left a couple of dollars tip. The waitress chased us down the street and said we had not paid the full bill. We explained to her the service was ssssss politely and that we would not b paying the full tip. Stunned#$@.
More to come.
Xxxxx grandma n grandpa aka Ann n ...

Still Pretty Warm

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Sep 07, 2015

7 photos

... Powell Campground and checked in. There were no boulders around to jump in front of us this time. We finally got the coach level after having to pull my lumber store of wood blocks out of the storage bins – we do not like having the drive wheels on the coach off the ground since that is what keeps the coach from ...

Antelope Canyon

A travel blog entry by ranlo on Sep 02, 2015

7 photos

... to meet up with the photo tour already there.

MacArthur was the guide with 8 of us on the tour. Awestruck at the incredible beauty of this 600-foot canyon with walls rising 120 feet above the floor.

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Tossing sand so the light reflected off the particles ...

Day 8 - 4 Corners, Valley of the Gods & Volcano

A travel blog entry by dcbrown on Aug 30, 2015

129 photos

... was also a hike however the Navajo people want you to have a hiking permit and we weren’t willing to pay the money! They also had signs up basically saying 'please do not leave human remains on Navajo land’ and ‘please do not scatter ashes on Navajo land’.

Next, we drove to the Valley of the Gods (about a 69 mile drive) – on the way we saw a dead snake on the road with ravens picking at it – we also stopped off and skyped with ...