America's Best Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hell puts whipped cream on capuccino :D I think IŽll stick to regular coffee and Starbucks from now on. At least I know what to expect.
I talked to waitress though, she obviously asked where were we from and then happily told us her family is from Czechoslovakia. I am starting to feel like everyone we meet is from Czechoslovakia :D Those two countries are not that big dammit ...
... people and companies from all over the world the OX sprawls across many acres of delightful forest and lake country at Mormon Lake and for three days is the epicentre of the world's overland vehicle travel - whether that is by 4x4, big 4x4 or 6x6 truck, motor bike, or by bicycle.
This year the first two days were a bit of a challenge with rain and snow moving across the high country of northern Arizona, but it proved that overlanders are a hardy bunch and the ...
... acclimatized ready for Christmas brunch. The mimosas kept on coming and the food was amazing, the spider crab legs being just one high spot. A walk round the forest after brunch and a leisurely day spent in beautiful surroundings. My bedroom in one of the lodges was massive and every channel on TV was showing the same corny film on loop. A restful day in a wonderful ...
... is hyper sensitive and requires all of your concentration as it veers quite a lot on the road. Not sure it will make the final cut but it was good to save a bit on fuel for this trip.
We had booked a helicopter tour over the Grand Canyon with Papillon scheduled for later in the afternoon so while we waited we found a local coffee shop to hang out in.
One of the things I've learnt about tours that weigh you ahead of the tour is that if you're the ...
... to many of the Puebloan peoples in the Four Corners) featuring a symbolic sipapu hole in their ceremonial kivas. Seeing the matriarchal Hopi society, I'd always chalked up the sipapu legend as a wonderful metaphor for the miracle of birth...until I encountered that blowhole. Otherworldly.
It was a good day.