Torrey Schoolhouse B&B Inn

Address: 150 N. Center Street , Torrey, Utah, 84775, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 150 N. Center Street , Torrey.
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      Cars, Planes and Luggage

      A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Aug 14, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... could just squeeze us in. Then we began our four hour drive due south to Torrey.

      The roads were jam packed for 40km out of Salt Lake City and then seemed to ease off. The photos tell the story of the girls' trip – zonked. We navigated our way down some big Inter-State Highways and also some smaller back roads; our first real taste of the States outside of National Parks and big cities. Heaps of agriculture, mainly beef, ...

      East of Torrey (38 miles)

      A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 07, 2014

      5 photos

      ... they're dehydrated, come to find out! I started rationing my water to only a few sips an hour. I never want to get to that point again on this trip. It was horrible. I found a trickle on the side of the road and wetted down my shirt and hair. It help so much! I was a couple miles to the summit and a man pulled over and offered help. Luckily, he had a fresh water jug and filled one of my bottles. He was the first hero of the day. Second ...

      Rocking Out in Utah

      A travel blog entry by garylesser on May 25, 2014

      8 comments, 7 photos

      ... is at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin and Mojave Desert regions. Zion was established as a National Park in 1919, and expanded in 1956 to include the Kolob Canyons area. With nearly three million visitors a year, Zion is the most heavily used of Utah's five National Parks. It seems most of the three million visitors have chosen to see the park today. The place is filled to the rafters, though it's difficult imagining rafters ...

      That stretch of the road again

      A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone on Oct 23, 2013

      18 photos

      ... experience both for the driver high up in his cab and for any other road users! Unfortunately he had only stopped for a brief break and was gone before I could get a photo.

      We arrived in Torrey at the bottom of this scenic drive (which it really is) much earlier than planned as we hadn't had our walk. We booked into Austin's ChuckWagon Lodge again and then I made G go to Cafe Diablo and book a table for the evening. I knew it was ...

      Day started well. Ending well too, actually.

      A travel blog entry by linleyc on Oct 21, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... verge. You guys are just going to have to take my word for it that it is breathtaking like nothing else. Firstly, it's quite high up. And once again we have that Utah tradition of super steep drops with hardly any guard railings. If you miscalculate a corner, you have about two feet (of gravel) before it's curtains. And let's face it, if you hit gravel off a corner, you're going to slide. Way intimidating when all your driving ...