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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Day 9 - we went to the car rental place where we dropped Ashley dropped us off as well as dropped off the car. We rented a car for the trip. We left the place where dad started driving on the other side of the road. We drove to Hoover dam and had a Power Plant tour. We took an elevator to the bottom of the plant and than went to see the generators that provided power. The tour took us to the top of Hoover Dam which was extremely tall. Dad then drove us across to Arizona and to ...
... t-shirts and souvenirs from the trip to make room on the bike.
When we finished with Williams, we headed back to the hotel. Jody to make a phone call and journal. Me to take a nap. For dinner we headed back to Williams to try the Station 66 Italian Bistro, a pizza parlor and micro-brewery in a converted gas station. The pizza was great! Just what we needed. Tonight we ...
When we awoke this morning we were grateful for an overcast day, having heard the Grand Canyon this time of year was like walking on the sun. We also, just over a week ago, had decided that since a hotel in the Grand Canyon proved difficult to find or ridiculously expensive, we would try our hand at another koa camping experience. We read reviews and found one that was close to our destination with amenities like wifi, mini golf, a ...
... stargazing. Well, dark skies unless you have a moonlit night, that is. Which we did. So we traded in my plans for a fun night of stargazing and instead got a surreal view of the Grand Canyon by moonlight, where it was bright enough that you could see the different layers of rock, and the crevices in the canyon and everything. Yet it was just dark enough that we could see the light of a camper at the bottom of ...
... 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 ...