Seven Wives Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was to get to Park City Utah by Wednesday at 11am. That's the next morning we realized. So, hoping to make good time we headed out across the city to catch the highway to Las Vegas. Just about an hour later when we were driving up the 303, almost out of town, something flew of the top of the van. We immediately had visions of various personal effects strewn across the road and parts of the car top carrier wrapped around another ...
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... fairly common layout, an 18 mile scenic drive with many overlooks and trails. It is all dazzling and impressive. There is one spot at Bryce Point that overlooks a huge ampitheatre completely filled with hoodoos. Without doubt, it is the single most memorable view of my entire trip, which is saying a lot for I have seen a great deal. Just gazing upon it will make you glad that you visited this park. I did take many pictures but they do not ...
... tomorrow, here's hoping it cools down some, it was between 105 and 107 the whole time we were in Vegas, but I can still say we have not hit any rain, except our first night of this trip. Pretty lucky I would say. The pictures with the flowers, fountains, and sunset are from Vegas at Bellagio. The sunset from our balcony. The rest are from Hoover Dam and our ride from there to Hurricane. The mountains coming here were beautiful, now I see where the Indians got their designs ...