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... found on tripadvisor.com (where I always find the hotels I stay in) and it was really cool! It was called Inn on the Cliff and it was just that! Every room overlooked the town of St. George and the beautiful red rock mountains surrounding the town. It was unbelievably gorgeous! The hotel is new (opened in Feb 2014) and everything was modern and contemporary and brand new! We were all starving so we ate at the restaurant which was part of the ...
... about road trips...you never know what will occur!
After stopping for lunch at Kneaders in St. George (a must if you are there - the food is scrumptious and they have a bakery for take out), we headed down towards Heritage Square to attend the Art and Craft show. As this is a juried show, the quality is good and the items are crafted, not bought in bulk and resold. There were some amazing artists there and since I have an absolute weakness for owls, I ended up with an ...
... final room. Sadly people had sprayed graffiti and left junk there which hurt the overall effect. We did turn off our flashlights to enjoy the complete darkness of the cave.
We found several special features that needed naming. First Omar found what appeared to be an unexplored cave - it was very tight but we could navigate 10 ft or so. Leo named it "Baba's tunnel". Leo discovered a new way out of the cave and we named it "Leo's passage". In the second ...
... tenting area, but nice community room so we went and had our lunch outside after we had set up our tent. We then headed to Zion National Park. Unbeknown to us, it was National Parks day and the Park was heaving. It is the most visited national park in Utah. We managed to find parking inside which saved us parking in Springdale and catching the shuttle. We caught the park shuttle to do the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive which runs ...
... of days with our friend, Daniel, performing. As we motored down the highway, we noticed the Valle Mountains to the east and the Pahvant Mountains to the south. We passed Cove Fort north of Beaver. We stopped for fuel at the Flying J: 37.5 gals @ $3.999 gal totaling $150.00. Cedar City looked like a pretty town and this is where we saw a red life sized lighthouse. Near Hurricane we saw a huge Walmart distribution centre. We also saw Nucor Wire Products. We arrived at ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking