Super 8 Page/Lake Powell
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The motel is located at S. Lake Powell road which forms a loop with N. Lake Powell road. Reception was friendly and helpful. My room was clean and relatively quiet, no problems to get a good sleep. The infrastructure offers every thing you need plus the possibility to do your laundry.
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Vandaag via de Grand Canyon via de oostkant verlaten. Onderweg nog gestopt bij een paar uitzichtspunten en bij Desert View de Watchtower beklommen. Het uitzicht op de Grand Canyon blijft fantastisch. Daarna doorgereden naar Page, waar we tegen 2 uur waren. De kamer was nog niet beschikbaar, maar we mochten gelukkig al wel het zwembad in. Later de …
... adventures than being trapped in a slot canyon).
One point for the start: The photographer tour is only worth it if you really want to spend hours of hours in the canyon AND want to bring your tripod. We chose the standard tour and everyone was prohibited from bringing their tripods. However, even we kind of "lost" our guide in the midst of the tour and ended up being in the canyon for about 2 hours (and found our guide at the final ladder when leaving the ...
... our small space needed some TLC. Two and a half hours later the motorhome looked a little better and the clothes were in the washing machine.
Tomorrow we move on to the Grand Canyon with a clean home and clean clothes.
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... 10 min hike in the cooler weather. It was just 10 mins out of town and an easy walk down mostly through sand. It's always nice to walk down to see things but it is such a shame that it means we have to go back up afterwards!! On the edge, which had no railings, it was all rock and a little scary to see how close some people go to the edge for photos or to be in photos.
This was part of the Colorado that Greg had gone rafting on 7 ...
... br> We eventually were able to go to the tour meeting place and took a bus to get to the canyon, which is very well hidden, and you wouldn't know it was there unless you went on one of the tours (you also cannot get to it without going on a tour), but I was definitely worth the money paid! The canyon is located on Navajo land (Navajo's (pronounced Nava-ho) are a Native American Tribe). There are two parts to the canyon, the upper, and lower parts. ...