Best Western Antlers
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Antlers Vernal
What fantastic staff and a lovely welcome when we arrived. Our rooms were ready which was a blessing after a long ride on our bikes. The rooms were great; enjyed the pool and well situated so we could wander into town. Loved the experience
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Wednesday July 23, 2014
This morning we started by heading south on I-215 then east on I-80 and US Rt. 40. The drive east on US Rt. 40 was a beautiful ride through the mountains; there were several points at which the grades were long and steep, but we made the climbs without incident. The scenery varied from high mountain pine forests to high desert areas of very ...
... a rock ssurounded by kids and jumped off and did a commando roll. The trap didn’t work. Rock climbing was the best thing so far better than Disneyland - I loved it.
I am at Colorado with awesome rock climbing . I climbed a rock that my mum almost couldn’t
Climb. Before Colorado we drove 4days through corn fields. Just then an old fashion car passed us. We just spent the last 3days at devils head camp ground. ...
... began his trip here to map the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. He named the Gorge. The road was challenging; very steep with a lot of switchbacks.
As we approached Vernal, Utah it was raining in the mountains, but the sun was out. We saw beautiful rainbows in the valleys. Vernal is a small town, but the whole town is decorated with flower baskets and hanging baskets for miles. The ...
We pulled into the take-out boat ramp, and pleasantly had most of the ramp to ourselves. Quickly cars are retrieved, the rafts are unloaded and deflated (all except Frank's which they take home mostly inflated strapped on the top of their trailer). With everyone's help the cars and trailers are packed up, and we bid a sad goodbye to the Green River. We had enjoyed one another's company enough that we all met at a restaurant in Craig ...
... at the quarry museum!
We drove another 30 minutes and reached our destination for the night, a hotel in Vernal, Utah. We decided that Vernal isn't our favorite town ... but the kids were able to swim and if we get a good night's sleep, we will have accomplished our goal. We have another day of driving tomorrow. Technically, it should be 5.5 hours, but for the Lane crew that means 7. Next stop: Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Yahoo!