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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Early start to miss the 8:30 am road closing outside Kanab. Made it and had time to breakfast at the famous Parry Lodge in Kanab. It was a mother day of beautiful scenery on Hwy 89 South. We spun through Flagstaff and took a one hour tour through historic Riordan mansion. A nice distraction. Scenic drive from there to Sedona. Rick needs a massage …
... it is advisable to buy an annual pass. It is $80, but when each National Park (Yosemite, Sequoia, Grand Canyon, etc) costs $25 each, it is totally worth it. We only wish we had realized that back when we went to Yosemite several weeks ago. I have to also mention Christina - one of the staff from Canyons Lodge. She is such a fabulous woman - so kind and sweet. Another huge asset to the hotel
Tomorrow, we are off to the Grand Canyon. We hope you are all well.
... off down the canyon while I cautiously stumbled and James supervised me. There was a split and another 25 minutes down the split we got to a waterfall- which was a good reason to turn around. We were waist deep in water at times hopping over large boulders and shimming down fallen trees. It was awesome. All in all the ...
... bonus if you were coming up this way. It would be a fairly constant uphill walk for 0.6 mile. At the Lodge we bought lunch as it was 2 pm (fruit salad, fries and strawberry smoothies).
Next we caught the shuttle back to the Human History Museum, a small display with artefacts & photos with info panels as well as a very interesting 20 min film about the park. There was also a small but good gift shop where Greg ...
... on the drives. We read a lot, play games, watch the scenery, and anything else to pass the time. Mom says she can’t get enough of looking out the window at the views – so different from our daily life, and so beautiful. We arrived at the Zion River Resort RV Park and set up camp for the next two nights. We had time to eat a little snack in the RV and get ready for bed to get a good night sleep for our visit to Zion National Park ...