LuLu's Sleep Ezze Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Thought I would add a bit more. Sorry Bro you will have to have a bigger plate of porridge. Thanks for the feedback.
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did you know that mules have their eyes at the side of their faces and can see their four feet, that is why they are so sure footed. You have to book a year in advance to get on the trail ride down the Grand Canyon. They are trained to walk right on the rim, no matter how hard you try you will not get them away from the edge, thank goodness ...
... that had turned into rock. Flash flooding has shaped the canyon to create beautiful rock formations. The guide told us all where to take photos, so he exclaimed 'please follow me......please follow me' although a few of the French guests didn't quite get it. One we nicknamed Victor Meldrew just took photos whenever of random stuff! We waited for Jeff to pick us up after, he was like ...
... some amazing pictures. Mac would keep doing this until the group was satisfied with their pictures. He really did a great job of stopping people at both ends to keep them from coming into our shots. Hordes of people constantly coming through. About five tour companies bringing 20-40 people through every 15 min. Too bad because it sort of ruins the experience of enjoying such an ...
... worked out because there was room for us in the 8:30 tour. I found the whole operation to be very confusing but this seemed to be the theme throughout our travels whenever the Indians were involved. Antelope Canyon is located on Navajo land and the tours are managed & led by the tribe. Our tour guide Julie could not have been nicer. She helped with camera settings, framing shots and served as family photographer. We were a hard group to keep together. ...