Debbie's Hide a Way
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free parking
Photos of Debbie's Hide a Way
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Debbie's Hide a Way Page
Travel Blogs from Page
... for a couple of nights. After a brief pit-stop at the Cameron Trading Post for much needed ice cream, we headed up across the desert to the north of Arizona and Lake Powell.
It was late and dark by the time we arrived and after some decent nosh at the Dam Bar and Grill, we collapsed into a bed that was like a bouncy castle! We'll have to sleep still tonight or one of us will end up on the ...
... to use at your leisure, if it be worthy of your presence.
From the town’s gate we were left prey under the blinding white heat of desert days, our skins tanned red and our steeds and camels thirsted for water. We were bathed in the sun’s melted gold, eyes half-closed in tiresome strains. Everyone that day wore the grimace of the sun, as though we’d all been given the same mask. Verily, death was near! It spoke our names sweetly as though we were ...
... for too. You will all have to google to long to tell the story. The Navajo rule the roost here they control everything in Arizona, our Aboriginal could learn a lot from them in regards to work ethic etc. They are very softly spoken and gentle. Saw the most stunning Navajo young woman at Grand Canyon, perfection in itself, she should be on bill boards around the world.
I learnt lots that day, don't miss the bus, it is your worst nightmare. When ...
... visitors from all over the world. Eventually a supervisor arrived to say the road had been blocked due to road works which were now cleared. The pilot car arrived & after a half hour cooking we were back on our way. From here we tracked north towards Page seeing the Marble Canyon opening & closing like great scars on our left, then up into the red hills on Cooper mine road. We landed in Page at our "suites on ...
... and specifics for Antelope Canyon - one of the main reasons for including Lake Powell in the trip. We also stopped at the park's Visitor Center to get a good look at the Glen Canyon dam which created the lake and also provides electricity for over 1.7 million customers from as far north as Salt Lake City and as demanding as Las Vegas.
We ended the day at a Antelope Marina (a thirty minute drive from the Wahweap Marina where we ...