Rodeway Inn Page

Address: 107 S Lake Powell Blvd, Page, Arizona, 86040, United States | 1 star motel
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        Lake Powell

        A travel blog entry by thegormans on Sep 18, 2015

        11 photos

        ... nd ARABIAN NIGHT

        Praise be to Allah – The Beneficent King, Creator of the Universe. Lord of the three worlds, who set up the firmament without pillars in its stead. And prayer/blessing be upon our Lord Mohammed, Lord of apostolic men and upon his family; prayer and blessings enduring and grace which until the day of doom shall remain. Amen!

        How many have come upon your Grace before this unworthy storyteller that sits in front of you? I do not ...


        A travel blog entry by maccaj8 on Sep 12, 2015

        2 comments, 2 photos

        ... and railroaders today, they control it all. The have a Hugh coal fired electricity plant here in Page. All parks are locked, you have to have a guide with you to get on. There is 200 odd trains a day on the railway heading to LA

        one for you Maureen, Mary Jane Colter, she has built some amazing things on tribal land, climbed the watch tower/ desert view she built, quite stunning.

        Nah had enough for the day, time for drinkers and more laughter. Cheers peeps.


        American Dad

        A travel blog entry by zoeandlaura2015 on Sep 04, 2015

        4 photos

        ... sq miles, Bryce is a mere 55 sq miles. However, the few was very impressive.
        It is comprised mainly of rock formations called hoodoos, which are towers of rock formed by erosion (freeze thaw erosion being the main process). Jeff told us a bit of the history, of how the native Americans believed the hoodoos were once people who had been turned to stone for doing bad things.

        Antelope Canyon

        A travel blog entry by ranlo on Sep 02, 2015

        7 photos

        ... the tour.
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        Photo tour is the only way to see this. Mac and Melody really cared about making sure people had a great experience. Highly recommend this company.
        Tip--Must be able to shoot in very low light and sometimes straight up in the air; good tripod a must.

        Antelope Canyon

        A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jul 25, 2015

        9 photos

        ... week.

        The colors are what really make this trip so memorable. The walls of the canyon practically glow in orange, pink and mauve as sun shines through a narrow opening above. I'll let the pictures explain. Special thanks to Dewey, Uncle Don, Joanie and Dave for recommending this trip. It was beautiful.

        We spent the rest of the day chillin' in the RV during the heat of the day. We ventured out late in the afternoon for one last swim.