- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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09 July 2013 - Grand Canyon So... Our lodging is located in Grand Canyon Village, from where you can view the South rim East- or Westbound. For the Western part you can use shuttle buses that will drop you off at 9 stops with amazing views. You can also walk the whole route or partially. We decided to start the Western part since we have to drive …
Today, we visited the Best Friend Animal Sanctuary. It was a short drive, about 16 minutes from our condo. Before we left, we had nice breakfast, bacon and pancakes. We arrived at the sanctuary 8:20, for the 8:30 tour. There was tea, hot chocolate, coffee, and candy canes put on a table. We saw a dog as we were leaving and was later told that the dog was named "Grandma". Our tour guide led us to the ...
... Thor's Hammer etc. Down amongst the rocks dwarfed by the rock sides made one very small and as the pathways wound through and up and down there were new views around each new corner. It is marked as a strenuous walk and it certainly was. We met numerous lovely people,none British and Derek was delightful helping take our photos and as a real camera buff explaining to me various aspects of my camera. I now know what the P stands for - well I think I do! Well we made it back but ...
... those hikes where there were few people as we were on the northern side of Zion. The trail all the way to the river was great. There were managable ups and downs and the scenery and being able to track your progress by looking up to the large rocks surrounding you. You can hear the river before you see it and I was suprised by the quick flowing water. It was a nice place to cool off and take a 10minute break before pushing on.
The hike from ...
We headed out at seven thirty to avoid the scorching heat of the afternoon (the RV AC was not even able to cool off the RV overnight) and to avoid some of the crowds at Zion National Park. Inside the park we jumped on a shuttle from the visitor center to Zion Lodge where we picked up the Emerald Pools Trail. The scenery was amazing (as it was all around Zion). We saw waterfalls, the lower and upper emerald pools and all kinds ...