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 …
... needed to pass through security, and then it was two miles through an unlit tunnel through the canyon walls. This tunnel is only wide enough for one car and was built as a means to get people and supplies down to the base of the dam when it was being built. Once we were at the bottom and off the bus, we were required to put on hard hats becase the walkway passes under the traffic bridge that goes over the dam. After our quick walk ...
... beach sand took it's toll on all of us. Good thing we only have another 2.5 hour drive tomorrow. It is hard to believe we have only been on the road for a week.
My brother in law was laid to rest today. I tried to find a way home but could not make it work out with the big rigs and remote locations. Cheryl our hearts and prayers were with you ...
... Wonderful experience. We took the more difficult, but more rewarding tour in the lower canyon. Steve P would be in heaven as there are David Bailey moments every ten seconds. This was the place for a scheduled laundromat visit, so there we were, in sunny Page, Arizona, surrounded by half the Navajo nation, washing our unmentionables. Not exactly a Kodak ...
... the time) had 14 people and we were the only ones from the US. It was neat to see that many people from so many parts of the world all inside this little canyon in Arizona. The same thing in the RV parks - I had no idea so many people come from overseas and rent RVs for extended vacations. Back at the park Dean met some kids from Holland. They couldn't really understand each other but were able to communicate enough to kick a soccer ball around for over an hour.