Yardley Inn and Spa

Address: 190 South 200 W, Manti, Utah, 84642, United States | B&B
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    Meadow Hot Springs to Zion

    A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Jul 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... three hot water springs in lovely pools,
    they told us. After carefully following there instructions we arrived at this
    parking lot in the middle of nowhere in farmland and about 15km on dirt road.
    Another fantastic find. As it happened to be an overcast day with occasional
    drizzle it was much more enjoyable to laze around in hot water. As camping at
    that place was not allowed we drove on to Parowan and overnighted ...

    Bryce Hoodoos

    A travel blog entry by kerry.lints on Jun 17, 2013

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... all the time... Stupid! Anyway off we set for Bryce Canyon, it is only 7 miles away which is great.. We arrive so early the visitors centre isn't open so we use a little map to plan a hike deciding on the Navajo loop as it looks like it covers a bit of everything. It's yet another OMG canyon.. when we first walked up to the overlook of the canyon we were totally gobsmacked, it contains an army of Hoodoos which are ...

    Day 6 Zion National Park

    A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 16, 2013

    8 photos

    ... and got him. The restaurant in the Lodge looked really nice but we were so dirty from all the walking. He decided to stay at the Lodge while I took the short walk to the Grotto. I had asked the receptionist if I could have some white paper. I had a crayon so I was able to do some rubbings along the way - mostly rocks and tree bark. The best part about this walk was I was totally alone with nature. There wasn’t anyone on the trail. It was wonderful to walk and listen and pray all ...

    When disaster strikes

    A travel blog entry by caryn.solomon on May 13, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... muck, so I knew that we needed to dig out and get planks of wood under the tires to get traction and move the 1 foot to dry safety. But alas, the clay was mighty, and our camp bowl was not. It also didn't help that I was laughing like a hyena and kept falling over in the mess while the sun was quickly setting. After about 15 minutes of nonsense, we decided to call AAA and drink a bottle of tequila. This is where all the nights ...

    America Part 2

    A travel blog entry by amandanz888 on Apr 29, 2012

    14 photos

    ... a bit of a let down... Firstly i did not expect Roswell to be a city and secondly aliens definitely weren't what you needed to be scared of! The museum was kind of cool although nothing really special. That night we made our way to Carlsbad where we explored the caverns. This was pretty cool and not as scary as i thought plus the elevator at the end went incredibly fast!
    To break up our journey a bit, it was decided that we would make ...