- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... think that the effort to return the rolling stock to such grandeur and the Pumpkin Patch run, Polar Express run, and of course the trip back to the canyon has brought back the life style that wasn’t so fast and hurried to a time in history when a little slower, with such beauty and comfort meant something.
As a kid who rode the rails with mom and dad... And ...
... out in our beds. Having a Lloyd's lounge drink from our own mini bar stocks, complete with exploding bud can from the freezer compartment, which Andy enjoyed immensely my beer soaked style and scent. It's great being able to do some blog along our drive, getting it done as we go along & taking snaps along the route and not have to remember the whole days events at bedtime. Driving distance today was 124 miles. I had blog finished by 10pm, but again having problems uploading ...
... 6 pm we got off the free-way and got to the RV site. We followed the now common procedure (for us anyway) of being allocated a plot, finding someone else in it, going back the desk and getting allocated another one - oh well.
The lady who checked us in bombarded us with a lot of info but did convince us that taking the train to the Grand Canyon would be a good idea (I never thought I'd say this but that day I had had a gut-full ...
... group of people 24/7. Once in Williams, we stopped for iced coffees and a snack and then rolled into the host. We had "showers" (by this I mean we used baby wipes-there's a water ban in Williams) and then later had a host-provided dinner of homemade tacos! Some later went out for karaoke in the town, but as tired as I was, I decided to hit the hay early and fell asleep after a quick episode of OITNB with Carlee. Prescott ...
... the way) we looked around the town including a part that was set up like an old western complete with a sheriffs office and a jail. The whole town had a really nice feel to it, something that we didn’t really get in Vegas.
We had a really nice Mexican for dinner accompanied by a cherry vanilla beer (different) while a guy dressed as a cowboy sang and played some western and country classics - A perfect end to an interesting day.
N & J