The Iron Gate Inn and Winery
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After a morning of climbing at Maple Canyon on Thursday, September 25th, we drove down to Cedar City, to check in at the KOA. For our non-American friends and family, Kampgrounds of America is a big chain of campgrounds with loads of amenities, that seem to cater mainly for people in huge RVs. It wasn't the most scenic of campsites, especially as we were about 10 metres ...
Visit Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Spend lots of time in Devil Garden (30 miles round trip from Escalante on dirt road called Hole in the Rock Road). Along the way starting from highway 89 pass Red Canyon, Bryce Canyon City and Escalante this scenic highway called Scenic Byway 12. In the afternoon visit Kodachrome ...
... miles was driven in the dark, can only imagine how good it would of been coming down the mountain in the day. Cedar City itself is a quaint little place & there is still plenty of patches of snow around even in town. Walked down the street playing in the snow & admiring the Christmas lights for dinner. Of course with snow comes the cold, definitely the coldest place we have been yet, think it's supposed to get down around - 6 ...
... a Thierry Mugler Aqua bracelet, Twizzle will get that and I won a Badlands puzzle postcard. after you write on it, you break it up and put it in an envelope and send it, mum's going to get that. We pushed our clocks back another hour. On arrival at Grand Canyon, North Rim, we were allocated our rooms, they were rustic cabins. They really fitted the scene and were set in the pine and fur trees. Unlike back home, there is a Rough Rider Saloon, dining room set over ...
... been so used to having things to ourselves that it came as a bit of a surprise but it toughened us up a bit for the shock that was to come in what is called Las Vegas!
We got in late and because it was Easter spring break everyone had the prime spots. It was a crush moving through these overhead walkways that are built to keep people and traffic apart but my guess is they are just designed to ...