Las Vegas, Nevada
The site was wonderful. My son and I loved the ability to see the Grand Canyon so close up and in its natural state rather than through barriers and fences. It is not a place that young children should be as there are no fences or even ropes to prevent them from slipping over the edge but for older children and adults, this is the perfect place to see the Grand Canyon.
The skywalk is a little scary at first but you can walk over the metal supports which helped me deal with my first step over the edge of the canyon. But after a while, I had no problems walking out on the glass only part and enjoying the wicked view from out over the canyon edge.
The photographer that we had seemed to not know how to take good photos shots as he only took simple shots even though I was asking to do shots that the other photographers were doing where you laid down on the glass and that a photo looking down as if you were free falling down into the canyon, but I still enjoyed the photos that we got.
The ranch looked more like a cheap movie set than a ranch, but the food cooked there was great! I had the pork ribs and they were very hot and tender.
About the only complaint that I would have is that we were in a nice bus leaving Vegas and about half way, we had to move from that nice comfy bus into a very old, falling apart and cramped bus. My son is 6'2" and had to sit sideways in his seat. The seat in front of me didn't want to stay upright very well and every time the person in front moved, the seat back would move back against my knees.
When we got to the canyon, there were other nice comfy buses there so I really wonder WHY we had to change into a POS bus to get to the canyon.
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