Grand Canyon Tours from Tucson AZ
Frankie Valli described it best: “so close and yet so far!” I was presented with this particular challenge by a caller the other day. She was staying in Tucson, had one free day and wanted to tour Grand Canyon. But here was the problem: she wouldn’t have access to the family car. If memory serves, […]
The Grand Canyon Train: the “right track” for your Grand Canyon vacation?
Good morning travelers. Well, it’s been almost 25 years since the Grand Canyon Train (formally known as the Grand Canyon Railway) rebounded from a 20-year dormancy. I was there to witness its rebirth, but that’s a story for another time. Today, in this age of hybrid cars and phones that fire up with a click […]
We are planning to visit Grand Canyon on May last weekend
April 27, 2012 – while a Visitor was on https://grandcanyon.com/grand-canyon-skywalk.html Visitor – We are planning to visit Grand Canyon on May last weekend Rita – Okay, do you have a hotel yet? Visitor – But my wife is 3 months pregnant at that time. Visitor – So do you think should that would be a barrier […]
Grand Canyon Vacation Planning: Your Favorite Mistake
Good morning travelers! No, I’m not about to start singing Sheryl Crow songs 🙂 Today’s post is about the two most common mistakes made in the Grand Canyon Vacation planning process, which happen to be illustrated by not one but two trending threads on TripAdvisor. Mistake #1: trying to cram too many destinations into a […]