The Oxford Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... nearby, Breezy could wander freely, and the creek was very present and pleasant. Lots of lovely bird sounds including one that sounded like a Carolina Wren. It was surprisingly chilly there. I had to retire early-- as I may also tonight-- to get warm in the sleeping bag and tent. I was warm enough, but I think Breezy was not-- she was shivering until she finally got on the sleeping pad, and under my sleeping bag. I slept just okay, not all ...
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... grabbed food at the store, breakfast burritos and the kids had hot pockets. We headed to the trailhead. Cleetwood Cove trail is a 1.1 mile hike that descends over 700 feet. It was a good challenge for me as I don't like heights and it was fairly narrow and steep in places. (Note this proved that I will never be hiking the Grand Canyon, as much as I would love to see the bottom, it is not going to happen) The views ...
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