Loo with a view
I never thought of writing this post, “Loo with a View,” until I skimmed through my photographs from my Arizona trip. I noticed that I had a couple of shots of bathrooms, overlooking the panoramic views of the Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon.
Though these bathrooms don’t really have windows which you can take a peek outside while you’re sitting down there and doing your urgent business, they are set up in good spots where you can see grand views of nature while waiting for your turn to use them.
However, I do wish that these washrooms have (open or glass) windows to, perhaps, convince people that not all bathrooms are created equal? LOL…
On the other hand, if these bathrooms have windows, one might be too comfortable sitting there and forgets that people, with urgent needs, are queueing up outside.
1. Bright Angel Trailhead, 1.5-Mile Rest House
Opposite this bathroom is a sweeping vista of the Grand Canyon.
2. The 3-Mile Rest House at Bright Angel Trailhead
The bathroom is the one on the upper right. The lower left is the rest house.
3. Cedar Ridge – South Kaibab Trail
This bathroom is directly opposite the Cedar Ridge point.
4. Goulding’s Trading Post
Right opposite this bathroom is the cabin used in John Wayne’s movie, She Wore a yellow Ribbon. Now, it’s a museum. take a peek!
5. Monument Valley Visitors’ Center
It’s portable, but, hey, can’t you see the view? 😉
6. Window to the East – Monument Valley
Stunning view but, boy, it’s the stinkiest of them all! 😀
Related: See photos of the monuments of the Monument Valley.
Here’s a collection of photographs of bathrooms with a view around the world.
A Loo With a View: Sights You Can See from the Comfort of a Convenience