This road trip was not one of luxury or materialistic value. What really counted this time was what we were going to see, not the comfort level of our hotel bed. We chose to stay at a hostel in Flagstaff for the first couple of nights since it seemed like the best cost effective way to stay close to the Grand Canyon’s entrance without paying tourist prices. Staying in a hotel located close to any National Park would not only be pretty expensive but also very busy. We got to our hostel at sunset and we were excited to settle in to prepare for the next day’s adventure. An older looking man greeted us and he was immediately very friendly and helpful. One of the first things he tells us is that this hostel is haunted as the owners of the… Read more
We left Vancouver, British Columbia at 6am on a Monday and we were back on the Friday afternoon of the same week. We travelled to Phoenix, Arizona with a stopover in Seattle, and we arrived at the airport to pick up our rental car before midday Monday. With over 2000 km driven in 5 days, there was no other way than to rent a convertible car to do this road trip.