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... After a look around we drove all the way to the Grand Canyon village to watch the sunset on the Grand Canyon which was amazing but really cold.Later we went to the accommodation which was the red feather lodge.tomorrow we are driving to Zion national ...
... ask the barmaid (who looks like Betty in Coronation Street) where's good to eat. She recommends Oysters a Mexican restaurant and she was right it was very good, I had a margarita with came served in a glass the size of a small goldfish bowl. Off to find the motel and it is our first taste of a typical motel like you see in the movies , it's shabby but cute and Hollywood stars themed. The owner, who was originally from Israel and his ...
... added to the enjoyment of the ride. And today we met up again with the mother road (Route 66); we have both come a long way since our paths crossed just south of Chicago about 10 days ago. On this occasion we will have the good fortune to share each other’s company for a few hundred miles. Low hills lay around, and our delight was enhanced by the multicoloured clouds scattered all around. From some fell dark, heavy showers, none of which troubled ...
... by represented by some of the surviving motels and cafés. Mr D's is really cool, a colourful diner with 60s music playing in the background. We share a full rack of ribs that comes with soup, mash and veggies. I wash it down with a chocolate malt and we are stuffed driving home.
Its a night spent working on pics and catching up on blogs with Full House on in the background. Tomorrow we head to the Grand Canyon.
... and we were taunted by the workers but came out with ice cream cones, snow cones, and malts.
At Ash Fork we took off to the north where Route 66 would take us the rest of the way thru AZ. Snax on the road "nourished" us past the other small towns until we hit Grand Canyon Caverns which are actually just south of the western most point of the Canyon. We bought 5 tour tkts and descended over 200' below ground to ...