Knights Inn Page AZ
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... scout. I wanted to adopt her and bring her home but my mom said that it was a Navajo dog and she did not want that mangey dog in our car for the rest of the trip :(. I stayed with scout while Sam, Ben and Stephanie risked their lives to get up on a rock FOR fun (little exaggeration on that but that's my opinion). Our cabin was nice even with out TV. it still had wifi (way better than the last hotel where we ...
... I can't use one of the toilets in them? Very unfriendly people there. Waited as long as we could, got back on the bike in the pouring rain to hit the facilities at the convenience store where we discovered they don't sell beer on Sunday....Oh Boy our day just got better!!!
Each stay and town was different and each has a story, some were better than others. Decatur Texas Econo Lodge upgraded us to a Jacuzzi tub ...
... till recent history.
Our last stop of the Park is Dessert View Watchtower, architecture by Mary Colter, who designed many other Park hotels/structures, including Bright Angel Hotel, El Tovar Hotel, Hopi House, Hermit Rest, etc. We were almost put off by number of tourists there. But once in the tower, we were intrigued by the interior drawings on the walls thru out the 4 story tower. I personally like that animal ...
... we visited the Pueblo ruins, we drove to Desert View, a modern creation of what a Pueblo structure may have looked like. On the outside, it looks like it might have been built a long time ago by natives, but on the inside, you can see the steel foundations. It was pretty much just a lookout view of the canyon, with a lot of people and a gift shop.
Lake Powell Day 2 (low 30s temp) Russell got up at 6am to join a float raft group on the Colorado River. caught Bus into town, then joined a security bus to the base of the Glen Canyon Dam wall. This entailed travelling 2 miles down through a tunnel original built for the dam construction,Onto a float raft with a National parks Navajo ranger named Nate, who was a wealth of knowledge and took time to describe ...