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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Seligman
... and maximum zoom in the camera there was a bridge there. All too soon it was time to head back to the train for the journey back to Williams, Arizona. On the return journey I travelled in a Pullman car directly behind the engine. On both journeys there was musical entertainment - on the way out it was a singer with an accordion and on the way back it was a Navajo singer with a guitar. There was special surprise as the train came to a halt not far ...
... major recreational lake.
We carried on east towards Grand Canyon and have stopped at Seligman, Arizona which is on Route 66. We have arrived quite late as we lost an hour when going over the border. There are signs at the camp site telling us that it will be freezing tonight and not to hook up our water. We have the furnace going full blast and we are planning to snuggle up tight tonight.
... we were leaving there was a Prairie dog on the road. Carl didn't stop the car quick enough to take a photo :(
The scenery today reminded me of an old movie "Tremors" with little houses/trailers in the distance with next to no trees. I think I'm going to have to watch 'Cars' & 'Tremors' as soon as we get home.
I also must say "I LOVE driving into Vegas at ...
... of the Grand Canyon.
Before going to the Hoover Dam we had to leave our trailer in a nearby hotel car park or we would have been stuck for a long time with the Dam Security checks. The hotel was immediately across the Nevada border and where the desperate go to gamble as it is legal in this State. The whole downstairs area was filled with slot machines and a couple of tables.
There are some billboards on ...
... way to Williams I noticed a road sign for Walnut Canyon Road and then Walnut Canyon National Park. We had no idea what the Park featured but decided to take it in. We arrived at the Park Center and discovered the Park showcased dwellings sheltered by overhanging cliffs constructed between 1125 and 1150 and only occupied for a little more than 100 years. The People that ...