Knights Inn Page AZ
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Travel Blogs from Page
... and you can still get really cool pics. As we get to the end of the canyon the sun has come out to play. Bill gets us through the canyon to the two front sections so we can take pics of the light shafts coming into the canyon. As we get there we see some of the tour guides throwing sand in the light shafts to emphasise the light beams. We set up our tripods and patiently wait for the crowds to thin out so we can take some shots without the people ruining our ...
... the road again around 1030, headed for Page, AZ.
We took a scenic drive around the Vermillion Cliffs which seemed to go on and on for hours! Very beautiful, but photos don't look too hot because of the mid-day sun. The girls pretty much watched movies for the entire drive.
We got to Page around 1pm and tried to check in early, but once again, they told us to come back later. We decided to grab a bite to eat at a Texas ...
... ready to float gently down the river.
Glen Canyon/Lake Powell facts
Lake Powell is behind the dam. During severe Spring floods one year, the dam had to be extended upwards with plywood sheets, making it 16 foot taller at that time than the Hoover Dam. It is also much wider than Hoover Dam. During the flood the sluices had to be opened and water shot out 300 feet, eroding the sides of the dam. Apparently the dam was nearly lost at that time ...
... They say out of the mouths of babes.... So my babe, in the middle of the street in Page, which is the middle of Navajo lands, shouts "Look! There is an Indian restaurant!". She obviously meant a curry house, but it sounded so funny. The place we are staying at is a lakeshore resort with all the amenities we needed. We went to the lounge pretty much ...
... one more hike. The last stop is just before the canyon really narrows, so we walked about 1 mile to see the narrows. Nice hike, again water squeezing out of the rocks, but here creating hanging gardens of plants that could not exits except for the water. We saw, at least we think we saw, a California Condor circling above (they have made a comeback in Zion). We walked back to the shuttle stop, now pretty tired and very hungry. The ride ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed