We renewed our wedding vows for our 10 year anniversary. Customer service was fantastic, Elvis was amazing, and the photographer took such great photos! We had a ton of fun.
Classic photo op! Love that it’s free and there’s a dedicated parking lot to it.
It’s a great location on the strip and there is plenty to offer in the casino. However, the rooms were pretty lackluster and customer service wasn’t the best.
Great little stop on Route 66. Lots of neat vintage memorabilia, and the food was great!
A unique experience and great way to see animals up close in more natural environments than what your typical zoo provides. Highly recommend for families with young kids.
What can I say other than it is truly GRAND? As far as the South Rim, I recommend venturing out to Lipan Point for a sunrise and Hopi Point for a sunset. The hike along South Rim trail is easy in most places, especially near Grand Canyon Village.
Be sure to stop at the Visitor's Center and the Geology Museum to learn about the formation of the canyon.
A place that lives up to its photos! It's a short hike from the road, but you get excellent views of the landscape along the way. There are plenty of places to take photos around the bend. Be sure to bring a wide angle lens if you want to capture the full thing.
Nice stop to watch the sun set. Plenty of deer in the area, too.
Easy trail without the crowds
Simply breathtaking! Zion is such a gorgeous National Park. We were there following a rather large snowstorm so crampons were a must to hike some of the icier areas like Canyon Overlook Trail. We really enjoyed the hike along the Riverside Walk Trail back to The Narrows. As the ice melted and crashed to the ground, it echoed throughout the entire area. The Lower Emerald Pools Trail was also a nice, easy hike with a great views and a waterfall at the end.
The shuttle system was easy to use and on time. I recommend taking it to the very end and then working your way back, stopping at each place along the way.