Amid Summer's Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... a mild obsession with cheese. "Do you want cheese with that?" Is a common question, and the addition of double cheese or triple cheese to a simple turkey sandwich is a regular occurrence. When I say I don't want cheese, it's as through I've said I don't breathe Oxygen! In one deli we went to, it was impossible to buy a sandwich that did not have at least one slice of cheese on it, and pizzas come with double cheese as standard.
After lunch, in a truly stunning spot - ...
Hiking and exploring nature is one of my passions. I have a confession to make. The American Southwest wasn’t on my adventure radar until making my Bucket List. I choose Zion National Parks over many other hiking trails in the world, mainly because of the water trek. For my wanderlust I want to travel all around the world, but I thought it would be ideal to start in my home country. That's why I choose Zion National Park to go hiking, ...
... ingredients for tomorrow's picnic. We tasted American Cheddar before we bought and yes it had some taste! But Utah only allows wine to be sold in a liquor store and they are only open between 11am and 7pm and not on Sundays so up we missed the window of opportunity since the hour has moved on and we are an hour later than in California! No wine here until Monday morning. We have milk but that was tricky as it only comes in quart or gallon ...
... On our way it was explained to us that there was waterfall not too far away, the source is the top of the canyon, it takes 4000 years for the water to soak through the rock to form the waterfall below. We then boarded the shuttle back to Zion Lodge, here we hiked the trail to the Emerald Pools. We got to the lower pool, I guess it was an emerald colour, but it was spectacular like everything else in this park. Narrow waterfalls trickled from the cliffs ...