Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites Tuba City
Very impressed with this hotel. The best yet on our trip. Modern yet managing to retain local colours in the carpets and walls, traditional art. Very clean and tidy, friendly check-in staff. A real pleasure. Convenient location close to main road junction too.
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Wow, what an exciting day!
Temperatures really dropped overnight and we woke to a rather cool 15 degrees. After a reasonable breakfast buffet we headed out by 8am towards the Grand Canyon. One of the things I really wasn't prepared for on this trip was the changing scenery. Williams is within the Kaibab National Forest and …
... there between her tours where I picked up a couple of things.
Back to the village and into the car, now down the road to Cameron where I will spend the night. The plan was to head down to Winslow today as it is only an hour and a bit from Cameron. But the timing of the tour and a little confusion around time zones and the fact that I'm exhausted sees me hit Cameron and stay there.
I am staying at the Cameron Trading Post ...
... of the road beside 2 tractor trailers and slept.
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... the city of Durango as if to say "It's morning and everyone should be up and moving!"
Around 9:30 the BRB's joined up again at our bikes parked behind the majestic hotel. We spent a few minutes discussing whether or not to wear rain gear as the weather looked iffy. The decision was made that we would rather have it on and not need it than need it and not have it on. Good call! About 5 miles out of Durango we ...
If NASA were looking for a place to simulate a Mars landing they could do worse than pick a spot in northern Arizona or Utah. There is no shortage of red rocks here, of all possible hues ranging from pink to dark red. To the untrained eye they may look monotonous and repetitive, but geologists gave them individual names and distinguish them by age and circumstances under which they were formed. There is a history behind every rock here, and if they could speak they could tell ...