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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... for everyone, whether its enjoying wildflowers, photography, climbing, or just plain old exercise.
Around 2pm we finally made it back to the RV, and were pleased to see that nothing had changed. We set our backpacks on the ground and climbed in and cracked open a cold beer. Awe that’s good. We organized our gear and started the RV… she starts… and hit the road. Once down the mountain we made a few stops. The most important stop was the one at ...
... the visitor's center didn't sell beverages, we stopped at the first place selling drinks after leaving it. We then drove on through Jackson. The traffic was ridiculous! It reminded us all of home. We drove through and went on to Pinedale. ON our drive we headed past some wildlife preservation areas. Some of the elements of th epreserves included bridges over the roads and tunnels under the roads for the wildlife to cross without interfering ...
... rated was a Mexican restaurant called Los Cabos. It had been a while since we had Mexican food, and even though it wasn't our typical Thursday enchilada night, we decided that Mexican it would be. Jody had the cheese enchilada and I had the chicken and they were delicious.
Tonight is laundry night again, and it looks like we will need to send another package home with excess stuff again. I guess we'll send home some more t-shirts so ...
... succession of cliffs rising northward from the bottom of the Grand Canyon of northern Arizona to the very top at Bryce Canyon in Utah. So, the oldest rock layer in Zion Park is the same as the most recent layer in The Grand Canyon. Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef are somewhere in the middle, and Bryce Canyon is, so to speak, the icing on the cake. And that's what Nigel thought ...
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We awoke early to the extra-crisp mountain morning, and exited the tent to discover our shoes, and Mick's wheelchair, covered in frost. Brrrrrrr. Instead of packing up right away, we settled down in the lodge’s restaurant, drinking some coffee to warm ourselves up a bit. Mick ate the questionable smelling-yogurt ...