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The Grandest of Canyons

After a "relaxing" few days in Vegas...
Somewhat. But when is Vegas ever a relaxing trip overall?
We headed to Arizona to take a look at the greatness that is the Grand Canyon.

Probably leaving a little later than we needed to, I got my last In'N'Out Burger.
Not ever, but it felt like it. Until I eventually return to California at least... So, we need to start a petition to get this amazing burger joint over to England. Leaders of the In'N'Out world, help a girl with a burger obsession out!

After waking up early the following morning, dad and I headed out to the Grand Canyon.

Words do not do the place justice, so here are an abundance of photos to help you realise how amazing it is.

Alongside it's incredible views, the Grand Canyon is also somewhat terrifying. There are children running around... oh, and casual 400 foot drops waiting for someone to fall down them. I don't know if it's just me, but I was actually worried for anyone standing on an edge. Bearing this in mind, my dad apparently didn't care about the anxiety attack I was having as he decided to go and stand on one of those edges, almost giving me a heart attack in the process.

Thanks, dad!

Heart attack curbed, we went to Sophie's Mexican Kitchen (to eat away the anxiety) which is literally just down the road from the entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park. There are a number of little restaurants in the area, so I suggest trying one of them. We definitely weren't disappointed in the Mexican, and as you know I love a good Mexican meal.

We also got to drive along ROUTE 66.
Roadtrip goals were completed right there.

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