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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We had a bit more of a casual start to the morning. Some of us slept in until 8am! Was nice to not have to rush off - the Grand Canyon is not going anywhere!!
We had breakfast and worked out what parts of the Canyon we could drive around to and packed up our belongings once again. I must mention that Stephanie has this packing thing down pat. She keeps her suit case very tidy and neatly packs everything in perfectly each ...
... highs in the mid-80's. Much more my style. With that spectacular weather, we started with a gourmet picnic on the rim: peanut butter sandwich (Jif - I said "gourmet"), cheez-its, apple.
Walnut Canyon was formed when Walnut Creek eroded layers of limestone, yielding sheer walls ...
... we had to get off. We were at Mohave Point so everyone got off and waited for the relief bus. That bus arrived but it could only take a few people then it wouldn't move! Some minutes later the driver tried the old trick of turn it off then on again and it was able to set off. We were left waiting with the rest of the passengers in the 35'C sun with no shade but hats, sun cream and water ...planned ahead see! What a place to break down with magnificent views. Then an empty ...
... wifi while Ken slept in the car ? The bank was across the road and a decent place to stay was out back where we came from. Booked in, had a spell and wandered off to find dinner, bad, bad , bad choice. We ended up not eating much of it and I was up a lot of the night with my MSG allergy. When we checked in the motel old mate forgot to tell us that during the night every hour or sometimes more frequently two trains pop into our room to ...
... there, ones i could hike and ones to bike, a little community garden with plants flowing out of old ceramic bathtubs at the edge of the garden and a beautiful array of plants healthily growing upon one another, I felt like i was in Boulder-ha. After my forestry adventure, i found a coffee shop and opened a good book. The espresso was fantastic and the best i'd had since i left. A part of me was home and that's just what i needed. The fun was far from being over though. In ...