Ephraim Homestead Bed & Breakfast

Address: 135 W. 100 N, Ephraim, Utah, \N, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 135 W. 100 N, Ephraim.
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Travel Blogs from Ephraim

Maple Canyon, Utah

A travel blog entry by amandarrell on Sep 25, 2014

4 comments, 12 photos

... go to a State Liquor Agency shop to buy anything stronger than the 3.2 beer that they're allowed to sell anywhere else. We hunted down the store in Nephi - a rundown shop with mainly hard liquor and a limited selection of beers, all securely behind the counter. However, this was upmarket compared to the shop in Ephraim we visited some days later - breeze block exterior, with no windows, even more hard liquor ...

Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by merinika on Jul 23, 2014

3 photos

... ever feed a bear. We also visited the wolf enclosure they are very scary looking animals nothing like a cuddly husky back home they look very skinny and rugged but that is so they can move so quickly in the wild to hunt their prey. We also saw some amazing American eagles who we're beautiful and so big! After seeing the sanctuary we had a early night as we had been in the bus all day and were exhausted. Tomorrow we head to Salt Lake City our 17th state on our ...

Bryce Hoodoos

A travel blog entry by kerry.lints on Jun 17, 2013

4 comments, 16 photos

Wayne always insists we get up early unfortunately I am not an early bird but I do agree once we are up its great and you get the coolest part of the day. We awoke to the sound of sheep baaing and chickens clucking, it felt like home. We have to heat our water for a hot cuppa in a coffee perculator, why they use these is dum but I guess Americans all drink coffee and not tea and certainly not my silver tea. We have to keep ...

Day 6 Zion National Park

A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 16, 2013

8 photos

... They stop many times and the buses run often. You never have more than a seven minute wait at a bus stop.
We started by going to the last stop - Temple of Sinawava. Since it was a paved path we walked it. I didn’t realize it was a mile each way and there really wasn’t anything special to see at the end of this path. You need to hike on very uneven ground to get to where the cliff walls meet. I heard a ranger telling someone who was going to do it to get a walking ...

Arches National park

A travel blog entry by nehagupta on Nov 20, 2012

... that one should see the sunset at the Window Arches.....so we timed our day well and were at the Windows for the sunset. The view was spectacular......the rays on the setting sun could be seen on the red rocks...which made it look spectacular. We clicked pictures from all the angles and retired to bed after a hectic day :) There are nice Mexican and steakhouse places to dine out at Moab. A hummer ride or renting a RTV is highly recommended if ...

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