Ace Motel

82 North Main, Parowan, Utah, 84761, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Parowan

Day 2

A travel blog entry by mardaf

... the usual crazy traffic that starts just north of Ogden and then for the next 100 kms past Salt Lake City until you get south of Provo its 6 lane bumper to bumper. The only saving grace is the HOV lane which although busy, at least moves at a reasonable pace.

Got into Cedar City about 4:30, another long day.

Things I discovered today, the contour video ...

Majestic Towers, HooDoos and flat tires

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj

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... and three days of fellowship with good friends before pushing further eastward.

But before we leave... a plug for the HitchNPost RV campground and its owners, Randy and Jody. They run a fine campground (but what would you expect of refugees from the corporate ratrace -- and Minnesotta). We also owe thanks and kudos to the good folks at Royal Express (AutoCare) and at R&R welding. Each went 'the extra step' and help us get back on the road... safely.



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At the Cabin ... Finally

A travel blog entry by betsyandkris

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... might be wondering about the gas prices out this way. Well you would be in for sticker shock ... $3.89 / gallon. From home to Albuquerque, you could get for about $3.19 to $3.29. West of Albuquerque, it went up to $3.39 until you hit Utah. In Utah, it jumped up to $3.52 in Kanab. Up near the cabin, it jumped again to $3.89. In fact, diesel and unleaded gas are the same price.


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The road to Bryce

A travel blog entry by wombats2

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We left a very chilly Parowan and headed to Parowan Gap to see the Petroglyphs. Come on everyone knows a petroglyph is a picture carved into rock. There are 100s carved into The Gap and it just proves my theory that aliens have visited Earth as proved by my photo of the alien petroglyph.
It was very chilly and we had our summer jackets on so we changed to our winter ones and thank goodness we did as when we took the interstate 15 ...

The Wombats arrive in Parowan via Flagstaff.

A travel blog entry by wombats2

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... as I have yet to find out if I packed a fry pan (only joking) we have one but we have not cooked as yet (maybe next month).

Oh I forgot we CAMPED! for the first time and the Exped 7 downmats are fantastic and I can highly recommend them.
From Flagstaff we stayed at Tusayan 6 miles from the entrance to the Grand Canyon and we stayed at a campground and I saw my first groundhog. We tried to get into the Mather campground ...

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