Oak Creek Terrace Resort
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... course stunning. We could worry about the presentation the following morning after a dip in the jacuzzi and a good nights sleep in the king size bed. The following morning having donned our finest garments we hid our backpacks in our vehicle and walked wealthily over to the presentation room in our flip flops. We had a tour around the grounds on a golf buggy before the *********** one sale began. Obviously we couldn't tell the sales person ...
... and around Route 66 to sample some Americana, kitsch retro, cream soda drinks and neon signs. It was great fun.
The Grand Canyon was jaw dropping when I first saw it, it's HUGE, but in reality I've found the National Parks in Utah a lot more welcoming and I felt a lot more drawn in than at the Grand Canyon.
This morning we travelled ...
... There was nothing but a straight road for hundreds of miles. After a hundred miles or so, we kept passing sings for Chloride. We had absolutely no idea what Chloride was in this context. After about seven more signs we finally took a turn towards Chloride. Chloride turned out to be a ghost town in Arizona. It was just another dot on the map, and we had no idea why it was there. We went ...
... t able to do bulk uploads of photos as each one has to be titles and descriptions given, so I'll just upload some videos from Sedona.
Next stop is Phoenix, there isn't much planned for there except a Dodger baseball game tomorrow and perhaps a visit to Tilted Kilt.
On the way there we figured we should at least book a room somewhere, so we pulled over at a bakery and got some free wifi while Bruno went and got a haircut. Found a nice cheap ...
... the old buildings are still along the various stretches, but are in sad need of repair or have gone beyond the point of repair. The pictures we took are of a few of the icons that are still there. Perhaps the most famous of all is the Teepee Motel in Holbrook, AZ. Don't think I'd want to stay there, but it is better than many of the motels along old 66. The Museum in Flagstaff dates back to 1931. We ...