Beaver Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... I-8 freeway, joined the I-17 freeway, blew through Phoenix where they could use a couple of million less cars, and up through Black Canyon, an amazing chunk of geology put there by a mirthful God, with a pit stop at the Agua Fria National Monument where there's over 450 distinct Native American structures, some petroglyphs scattered across the numerous puebloan ...
... The north rim is much quieter and peaceful than the south rim, with less visitors and a more natural environment. Only a couple of viewpoints were crowded and not a lot of people once you are on the trails. The nighttime weather was cool, since it was Sept., but daytime temps were great for hiking. and the scenery and foliage were spectacular.
No doubt the serenity, calmness and view are very nice in grand canyon national park. ...
... a night at a resort up in Collingwood long before we had kids and it was so not worth it. By the end of the sales pitch, the manager called us stupid. She didn't just say, "That's a stupid decision." She said, "Well you two are stupid for wanting a cottage instead of this time share." As you know, we have never thought ourselves stupid for wanting, and ultimately buying, a cottage instead of a timeshare. So, we decided to skip the great "deal" and head back to our ...
... out route to get back to the cabin. Kris grabbed hold of the camera and snapped as many pictures as she could as we drove back. The lighting was just perfect so you could really see all the red colors of the canyon wall. The leaves haven't started to change yet but I bet it must be spectacular when that starts to happen. Oak Creek Canyon is definitely worth the visit just wish there were more places you could park and freely move around.
... All beautiful! Going to the Petrified Forest area was Dad's favorite part of the day. He has always been fascinated with petrified wood. The area was once hugely covered with petrified wood fields before the government acquired the land and protected it. Most of the wood was carried off. None of it can be removed now but they sell it in the gift stores from private land owners ...