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At the end of May my boyfriend and I are starting in wyoming (my boyfriend is going to be there for work so we are tagging 9days of holiday on, it makes it a cheaper holiday) driving a hire car to a motel in Joshua Tree (cant go far as I will have just got off the 11 hour flight), then on to Sedona for 2 nights, then Grand Canyon for 1 night (Tusayan I think the town is called) then onto Vegas for 2 nights then back to wyoming via Death Valley then 2 nights in wyoming before flying back to the UK. What are the main attractions or things to do in these places (best local bars/views/walks etc? We are thinking a cowboy type horse ride/cookout one day or evening in Sedona but apart from that and a few trail walks (what are the best ones) we just want to take our time to see the sights. Also I have heard there is a way of getting discounts for rides etc in Vegas? we would like to try the rides and things but I'd like to try and save a bit of cash if poss. Any ideas of things to do and see would be good, I'd hate to think there was something amazing that we missed in an area. Thanks
May is a perfect time for Joshua Tree National Park. There are loads of interesting spots and fairly easy, short trails to enjoy. The drive from wyoming to Joshua Tree is not exactly exciting but tolerable. Joshua Tree itself is a very small town. There are a couple of small hotels and some bars. If you are staying there, you should go to the Crossroads Cafe. Excellent beer selection and even better food! That said, you will pass through the town of Yucca Valley where there will be a wider selection of food and lodging and if you continue on through Joshua Tree, you will arrive in Twentynine Palms, with a wider variety of lodging and food compared to Joshua Tree. Twentynine Palms is also the main enterance and visitor center of Joshua Tree National Park. If you stay in Twentynin Palms, try to get yourself reservations at 29 Palms Inn. The food there was excellent the last time i was there. It is tucked away and can be a little hard to find so make sure you get good directions. Sedona I have not been to in a very (very) long time so I can't really add anything there. Tusayan, near the entrance to Grand Canyon National Park is a town of hotels basically. Since you will (or at least should be) spend the lions share of your day exploring and experiencing the Grand Canyon, you needs for food and a bed will be adequately met very near wherever you are staying. My personal choice would be to stay in either Williams or Flagstaff for a much wider array of food and lodging. Staying in Tusayan will make it easier to see the canyon at sunrise and/or sunset without the longer drive though. Also, look in to one of the hourish long bus tours in the Grand Canyon. The guides can be very interesting and quite entertaining. Wander around the village as much as you can and take a peek in the El Tovar Hotel. Take a short hike along or even better, a little below the rim. Bring some lunch and enjoy one of the most memorable meals you will have on your trip. (don't forget to bring a bag for the trash, don't litter the park!) For Vegas coupons , try here: Valley is another of my favorite National Parks. Will you be just passing through or spending some time in the park? If you can manage a tour of Scotty's Castle it is very cool! You have some very long drives in front of you! (JT to Sedona is about 6 hours and Tusayan to Vegas is almost as long) Make sure you keep an eye on the gas tank! There are some ver (VERY) desolate stretches of road. Keep some snacks and water in the car. And NEVER pass up a chance to go to the bathroom! You never know! LOL Drive carefully! Have a wonderful trip!
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