BEST WESTERN PLUS Canyon Pines
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Canyon Pines Uintah
A great place, well appointed and updated. Lobby, breakfast room, pool and our guest room were all beautiful. Not Ritz Carlton beautiful, but beautiful as mid-level accommodations go. Would definitely stay here again.
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Our day started with a trip to the Utah Museum of Natural History at the University of Utah. This museum has an extensive display of dinosaurs so thought that would be interesting to see for everyone. It did not disappoint. On display were many full size intact skeletons as well as numerous other human artifacts dating back to pre-historic times. The kids really enjoyed the ...
... which had outside seating, fountains galore and a shopping mall including Macy's and Nordstrom's. I noticed with all the workers and visitors and the Capital being a few blocks up the road there isn't much traffic congestion. However, they have electric railway and light rail system that run thru the county.
We needed some items from Camping World so we headed south. We were going to spend
another day but we would have had to move so we decided to hit the trail. ...
... planning to leave two hours later that we were supposed to. But we’re ready for the adventure! In the mean time we've passed the time by working out, Emmitt and Myatt had a few pillow fights and Jillian is enjoying her social media! Finally found the RV. And we're off! First stop...the ABC store...no lie! (Marty's ...
... so profusely all day. He drank more and more trying to keep hydrated. Climbing one rise only to see another before us, the poor old inanimate object got Scott's wrath. He got slower and slower. At five miles in, we found a Corner Store. A gas station. Scott did not look too well, I have seen this before on a couple of bike trips. He is in the throngs of heat stoke. I went into the store, bought everything I could that was cold. When I came back out, he was ...
... who's main attribute was that I couldn't make out a word they were saying, except for the occasional 'Maman'. The highlight of this unintelligible tour was a visit to the 11 foot marble statue of Christ in the North Visitors Center. I mention that this is marble because my two Oriental Saviours had been keen to inform me that all the other 'marble' was in fact 'white spluce', painted to look like marble. Which rather summed up my ...