How has this hotel rated in the past?
LocationMap this hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Recapture Lodge
TripAdvisor Reviews Recapture Lodge Bluff
Travel Blogs from Bluff
... CA – Rusty is so tired of
unloading and loading our bikes every time we pull into a new place (didn’t
ride them but once, this whole time), he decided while in Death Valley that since
we were so close to our storage unit in Sacramento, we were going to drop them
off…..that and see our girls and grandchildren plus have a great meal at my
sister’s house on Thanksgiving. Our plans were to leave on the 10th
... two "rims" to the valley. We are staying at the North Rim where the only accommodation is one National Park Lodge and their camp site. Not on SatNav and at the end of a road that stops at the edge of the canyon and is closed Nov to Feb.
We we set off into relatively unchartered waters with a sickening thought that we may be going the wrong way.
The rest of the highway from Monument valley was fine but the approach to the ...
... We hit the road. All day long Jamie and I had really insightful, thoughtful conversation. We're very different from each other, and we talked about this, and had we met in real life, we think that we'd both be friends. We talked about our families, leadership, why Bike & Build, because of Bike & Build..., the idea of marriage, what we're working on, poetry, the Wizard of Oz, documentaries, and so much more. There was some silent time too; ...
Saturday June 7, 2014
This morning after a leisurely breakfast we traveled 104 miles south and into AZ to the “Navajo National Monument”, a park run by the National Park Service. In this park is another example of the cliff dwellings constructed by the Ancestral Puebloan people, the ruins here are some of the best preserved structures; however they are only accessible after ...
... mile from the road; the third bridge along the drive is viewable from beneath after a downhill hike of ½ mile, of course that means a ½ mile hike uphill to return. The views and the feeling we got by being so close to this wonder of nature was worth the effort and exhaustion after the return hike up the hill. This is the oldest of the 3 natural bridges at 106 ft. high, spanning 180 ft. and 27 ft. wide, but is only 9 feet thick. More strenuous hikes were available ...