Williams Grand Canyon Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So we ended up skipping Monument Valley after all, a bit of a shame as I know a couple of us did want to see it, but there is always next time I guess. We just didn't have enough time with the lack of sleep that we have all had.
Have ended up making another trip to the Grand Canyon this morning for the sunrise, it was freezing cold, I …
Today's post may or may not be the last post for a few days, not sure when I'll get wifi reception next. The next few days we have no idea where we are going to sleep, we are just going to take each day as it comes. We headed towards Hoover dam first thing in the morning. Left at about 9am, leaving a few hours later than planned, as well as some …
... A family we met at Lake Powell the other day suggested that we should keep our heads down until we got to the railing and then look up, which is essentially what we did. And wow! Words cannot describe it. It almost seems cliche to say that, but it is true. It was fabulous. Nature has been boggling my mind so far on this trip. The people climbing over the barriers to stand on the edge also boggled my mind. Crazy! We also ...
... but we get through. Oatman is a delight, a western time warp with donkeys everywhere! We spend too much time browsing around, eating ice cream and chatting to the locals - but what a great place. It was worth the 30 miles detour (and thirty miles back) through mountain hairpins bends to get there on this old historic route 66 road.
A long 140 miles gets to our Super 8 hotel in Williams, which is on the edge ...
... surfaces, but those were clearly labeled). It was a lot of fun to actually touch things on display, and to climb into them (not mock-ups or models, but the real thing) was something we don't get to do much in our society.
Something special that happened while we were in the "yard" of the Petting Zoo - we saw 3 F-22s and 2 F-35s take off and fly around some. We don't get to see those ...