LuLu's Sleep Ezze Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... They are on affixed schedule so that others also have the privacy, hence we were in there for about only 90 minutes. I do hope to go back again. Shot 70 pix with my Olympus and a few with iPhone. Most of shots here are with iPhone as I haven't processed too many yet. A little side note is that one of the photographers in our group still shoots with film, not digital. Wow!
Well, I have jabbered enough now so go see the photos. LOTSA ...
... though, it was a very different story.
The canyon was created by running water that used to run though the canyon, and in monsoon season, it is a guaranteed death if you get hit by a flash flood.
After the canyon visit, we went to Horseshoe bend. 3/4ths of a mile away from the parking lot, we reached a view of the Colorado River traveling in a horseshoe shape. The viewing point was on top of a cliff, and a few years ago, Somebody fell off ...
... ist, dass man den Canyon von oben nur als kleine Spalte im Boden sieht. Erst wenn man über eine Leiter hinab steigt, sieht man die seltsam gewundenen Felsformationen. Wirklich sehr schön! Hierfür kann man schon mal Geld ausgeben. Man darf allerdings nicht enttäuscht sein, dass die Farben der Felsen nicht wirklich so aussehen, wie man sie von Fotos kennt. Während das menschliche Auge das Ganze in verschiedenen Sandtönen sieht, macht die ...
... landscape is just like a painting. Before we came to out accommodation we went and had a look at Glen Canyon dam, just massive. Second only to Hoover dam, with one of the largest steel single span bridges in U.S over it.Our accommodation is right on Lake Powell, the second largest man made lake in north America, it is 2000 miles around its edge. Beautiful blue colour and we did a cruise of it and Antelope Canyon in the afternoon, now ...
... temperature again was cookin and no clouds around, so the sun was beating on us. The guide was prepared with bandanas and a bucket of cold river water to dunk them in. It only took about 5 minutes and most of us were slapping wet bandanas all over our bodies and heads. There were a couple of little stops we made to check out some rock formations and a tiny little waterfall that came from the lake through a crack in the canyon ...