Page Boy Motel
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Pulito... piscina... camere come si deve... e pare che la colazione sia mondiale... domani vi sapremo dire di più...
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Als wir dann weiter unterwegs sind nach Page - die Sonne geht schon langsam unter - fahren wir durch eine atemberaubende Gegend. Die Felsen strahlen durch die untergehende Sonne feuerrot.
Wir kommen so um 19 Uhr in Page an und wollen erst was essen, bevor wir uns auf die Motelsuche begeben. Wir gehen zu McDonalds, essen draussen und sehen uns …
... The landscape changed as the sandstone was most prevalent. The colors are awesome.
We crossed over the Glen Canyon Dam over Lake Powell, the water is vibrant blue in the lake. The dam is 2nd in size to your Hoover Dam. Again, the Colorado River is being harnessed and sending power to many.
Our lodging is on Lake Powell. The view from our room is of the lake with the mountains in the background. ...
... was a bit steep but was good for a week and included a fee for the tunnels (more later). We entered from the east and our campground was in the southwest corner of the park, so we crossed the entire park. Went through 2 tunnels, the first was short and 2-laned, but the second was spectacular. It dated from the 30s and is 1.1 miles long. It is so narrow that only single lane traffic alternates through it. In a couple of places, windows ...
... continued north to the Gap which is a small desolate hamlet, the petrol station seemingly being the most modern and well kept building of the desert town, where the only road north to Page that is open is the 'temporary' AZ-89. The main road has been closed since Feb 2013 by a mammoth landslide.
Got to Page and found our way to the Comfort Inn motel which we had booked. It had been a good day ... but better was to come!
... in other groups squeezed past.
But after 45 minutes into the tour, Nita started to hustle us to specific points. We don't know how she did it, but she seemed to know when and where a light beam would appear. We often had to tag-team with people in other photo groups to get a shot but Nita and other Navajo guides did an admiral job of keeping the "wanderers" out of the picture. Overall, we saw maybe 6 light beams which for this time of the year was ...