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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... some snacks, water, and ice
... surrounded on all sides by rising peaks of fiery red - we continued the 3 miles to the entrance to Zion National Park. Here, a shuttle bus takes you around the floor of the canyon, carved over time by the Virgin river, stopping at trail heads that fan out like a spider's web from the main road. Originally settled by Native Americans, the area was then discovered and claimed by the Mormon missionaries. It was the Mormons who gave the area its name. Looking for their ...
... on this hike in recent years, this excursion will test my strength and courage. I will be forced to cross waist-high water dozens of times, which will accelerate my leg fatigue. Also, I will meet a bunch of nature lovers and other die hard backpackers and mountain climbers. I do not want to get intimidated by their determination and total passion for what they are probably going to be doing better than I am. Lastly, I hope the novelty won't wear off.
... and Haagen Dazs ice cream (tasteless ice cream, thin chocolate coating and expensive), Starbucks who are totally incapable of making a passable coffee. There are so many food chains here so I bet we will add some more before we get home. Perhaps you can help us out with your own ideas for a Chuck It list!
The GPS brought us straight to the Valu Inn and we have made it like home ...well emptied our rucksacks at least. The local Supermarket ...
... was pregnant, either that or it was extremely fat. We walked back and boarded the shuttle to a place known as the Great White Throne. The view is dominated by a large white monolith of that name. We could see hikers on the trail above us at a place called Angels Landing, 1,400 feet above the valley floor. Back on the shuttle to Weeping Rock. This was a short walk to an overhang that weeps water, caution signs warning us not to drink the water because it ...