What is the best place to stay if you want to see the Grand Canyon for two days?

What city do you fly into?


No Eucador this time, no vacancy on the dates we want. 😦

Comments on: "Travel Advice – Grand Canyon" (0)

  1. Gives you more time to brush on your espanol!I hope you find the perfect place!

  2. Flagstaff and stay at the El Tovar Lodge! It’s at the Grand canyon !

  3. El Tovar is great, but don’t count on getting rooms. We went many years ago, and the parking was a bear then. I can’t imagine what it is today. I think we flew into airport that is right there by the Grand Canyon.

  4. Check it out and report back, please

  5. Hmm, last time I was there I was probably 8.  And we drove there.  Good luck finding a great place!

  6. Never discovered such informatory contentsgrand canyon helicopter tours

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