Green Gate Village Historic Inn

Address: 76 West Tabernacle, St. George, Utah, 84770, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 76 West Tabernacle, St. George, is near Sunbrook Golf Club, Dixie Red Hills Golf Course, Southgate Golf Club, and Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum.
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      Beach to Zion by lunch!

      A travel blog entry by clareawasw on Sep 06, 2014

      6 photos

      ... rollie suitcases, two small overnight bags and our fancy pillows. There can't be any greater sign of hitting old age than having a special pillow (Chris's is cooling and mine is memory foam in case you are wondering!). We toyed with the idea of packing diet tonic and a litre bottle of vodka, but decided against it - a decision we would later come to regret.

      Most routes out of Southern California go via Las Vegas, Nevada. The 5 hour drive from Los Angeles ...

      Time to Move Eastward

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Sep 01, 2014

      14 photos

      ... photos this time around, but will share some which capture our new look.

      We even had to replace the starter batteries for the diesel engine, as they just gave up the ghost. That was one expense we weren't expecting, but everything is running fine now.

      We did go to Las Vegas for our anniversary and was able to see a show while there. We also visited the Lake Mead National Recreational Area which is formed behind the massive Hoover Dam.
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      Across Utah

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Dec 29, 2013

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... surveyed by the Yanks and parts have only been fully surveyed since the 1940's. thats right - the US govt. had no idea what was actually here until the start of the second world war. Ill tell you what is here - nothing. Mormons, Injuns and outlaws are the only folks that have ever really made use of this part of the USA. and scientists don't even know who there injuns were. they weren't Navajo, they were farther south. and ...

      Here we go again....

      A travel blog entry by mck1996 on Oct 03, 2013

      ... bridge, down, and into Brooklyn. Hmm...I can run this faster than four hours. So, I took off and caught the 3:50 pacer. When I told him what I did and that it was my first marathon, he laughed and said you're in for a LONG day.

      Yep, true to form, by mile 17, I wanted to curl up in a ball. I'm on 1st Avenue in Manhattan and thinking...uh oh, how am I going to finish? So, I walked for a LONG ...

      Maiden Voyage

      A travel blog entry by anniehd on Sep 21, 2013

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... National Forest and then to Bryce Canyon National Park. Then is was back to downtown Panguitch to Hwy 148 to get to Cedar Breaks National Monuement. The road tops out at about 10,400 feet.

      Now that the side trip was completed we headed into Cedar City for dinner, then on to St. George to stay with with family. Thanks Rick & Cyndy for putting us ...