Holiday Inn Express Prescott
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... way as to create a design. Once back in the hotel we quickly faded and were asleep by 10pm. Of course, with time changes and all, we were wide awake by 4am! We had to wait until 6 for breakfast which consisted of a wonderful buffet of all kinds of ready to eat and several, cook for you stations. There was also a Chinese buffet, but we didn’t try that this time. We are set to leave at 8 am for our tour of Shanghai. So more ...
... the Camino and their Facebook group,ordered two books about the Camino, and watched the entire movie one more time. It was about a week later when I suddenly realized that I had decided to do the Camino before I even consciously thought about doing it.
And that, my friends, is how this entire trip started for me: practically in the blink of an eye and without any conscious decision. And my story is not unusual. Part of the draw and ...
... Canyon and decided to take the trail of the South Rim. As we hiked towards the South Rim of the Canyon we spotted a few chipmunks and squirrels (a very exciting thing for me). Ben taught us about the different trees in the area. Many of them being Juniper trees and Pinyon trees (which is what the real mistletoe grows on), ponderosa and the gambel oak. We also did a geological walk and looked at the many different rock types that are found in ...
... We drove down in to Oak Creek Canyon and Red Rock Canyon through deep green forests along a tightly winding switchback road. The red sandstone rocks were peeking out through the trees in perfect contrast to the deep green pine. If ever you are in the area, this is one road you must drive on - we have nothing as dramatic in the UK. There was not much traffic on the the road, even for a holiday Sunday and we realised why later as everyone was either parked up in or ...
... soil washed down from above. But here in the desert, fallen trees can stick around for YEARS, just drying out and not rotting at all. There are still pieces of metal mining superstructure (albeit rusted) at this haggard old site, and concrete foundation-works visible at the bottom of a hollow that were likely built in the era of the early Mormon settlers. It was a little bit mind-boggling to remember how old the whole thing was. Kevin ...