El Rancho Boulder Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... This means they hiked from the North Rim, down into the Canyon, then hiked up the South Rim. They were on their fourth day and were really interesting to talk to – the guy had done it 3 times now so was a bit of a pro!
As we set off to retrace our steps and do the 3 miles up we knew it wasn’t going to be easy but were determined to get a good time. The sun had started to beam over the canyon now so we were in the sun about half the time. It ...
Ok here goes up at 6.00 am to get breakfast and get to helicopter ride to Grand Canyon . Perfect day hot & sunny, I think the temperature got up to 37 degrees!! Glyn was a little apprehensive at first but we both thoroughly enjoyed the trip, the pilot was a interesting character who flies helicopters for medi vac as his main job & flies for the tourists for 4 days a month to keep his hours up. He was very informative thorough out the trip, one interesting fact is ...
... heads. This will probably be the most lasting memory of the trip for me!equipment and reloading the raft with another fireline. Today was a clear day and the sun was hot, so the soakings we received in the rapids were very welcome! At around 11, we stopped at diamond creek and hiked/climbed up to a waterfall (on the Hualapi indians land). This involved using 'Indian ladders' to climb up the rocks. The waterfall was beatiful, inside a cave, with clear warm water that we ...
... outside temperatures, remains at a cold 8 degrees C for most of the year. It was very refreshing! the kids had a lot of fun jumping into the river and splashing one another. After this, they played some frisbee and then there was the 'America vs. Europe' american football match (Helen declined to join in this time, saving her ankle injuries for the next day!) Dinner was around 6pm and was very tasty (chicken tortillas with all the trimmings, including freshly made salsa ...
... This day, and the photos from it, is worthy of a separate blog entry.
With our brief North American adventure rapidly coming to a close ahead of our flight from New York to Milan on 5 May, we were still keen to see some of the countryside, something that air travel precludes. So the next chapter entails a late night Greyhound Bus ride, followed by two long haul Amtrak train rides across this great continent from West to East.