Red Garter Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... br> As we were getting close to the south entrance, while we were stopped at one of the overlooks, all of a sudden, a female elk crossed the road right in front of us and headed into the woods to graze. Luckily we had enough time to get the telephoto lens and take some good pictures. Once we got back to the Visitors center, we continued west and checked out Grand Canyon Village. The cabins looked rustic, and there were ...
... for the night.
Williams is the home of the Grand Canyon Railway, an old historic rail line that used to take people up to the Grand Canyon. The service was eventually cut. Later, Interstate 40 started making the old Route 66 obsolete. And the town of Williams suffered. In the last several decades, the train was restarted by what is now the holders of the Fred Harvey ...
... at the village we found the free RED BUS shuttle that takes you on a multiple stop loop run to the West. This kept us busy until 8pm, the shuttle bus being a great service stopping at good lookout points, saving us (those clad in heavy motor bike gear) too much walking. If we had been wearing less 5 miles of the trail 7.4 mile trail would have been great to walk as it followed very closely to the rim of the canyon. We noted ...
Today we depart Vegas after one more exhibition of breakfast gluttony at La Village Buffet. Paris was a great host, can't wait to come back. Stopped at the Hoover Dam - no matter how many times I visit, I'm always impressed. It truly is a magnificent feat of engineering. Hoover Dam is 726 feet tall and 1,244 feet long. At its base, the dam is 660 feet thick. ...
... train, to make sure the horses/mules stay in pack.
Lots of pix in this trip. 1st half were taken w Curtis' new iPhone, with quite a few panoramic shots. 2nd half with traditional camera. No touch ups, sheer beauty. We left our heart in Havasu fall, and miss Dan the Man ...