Best Western Dinosaur Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Dinosaur Inn Vernal
Clean rooms, nice pool, and very good front desk service
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... brochure about the monument, and saw Echo Park, one of the other amazing views of the monument! We only spent around half of the day here so we wouldn't be too tired to drive. After eating some hot dogs for lunch, we will continue to drive to Steamboat Springs, Colorado!
Here is the brochure about the Dinosaur National Monument:
So after two nights in Evanston, we started heading east...ish. Our route took us through the southern end of Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area (a USFS site, so not on our list). Flaming Gorge was really cool and worth a full visit sometime. The difference in terrain was spectacular. It was really a neat drive taking us through badlands, through the ...
... the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area on the southern border of Wyoming. We drove on Route 191 south and saw a lot of antelope herds on the way. We went through every kind of terrain you could name. Some of it was beautiful and some of it was boring.
The Flaming Gorge was spectacular. The Green River runs through the area and there is a dam that forms a lake that is very blue. John ...
... stayed in the same hotel in Steamboat (how lovely to have a shower!!!), and had breakfast together the next morning before departing for home.
The end of the final river trip of the season is always bittersweet. You have wonderful memories of the excitement, the gorgeous surroundings and the wonderful camaraderie, but then you must wait until spring for the next rafting season to begin - unless you travel outside the US . . .
... our way out of town.
We had lunch in a local bar which wasn't bad before continuing our stroll through town. Sean and I walked in the opposite direction to find the post office and get a flat pack box to send through to Mainfreight - it's a good way to get rid of the goodies we buy alone the way and also keep out load on the bikes lights as possible. For $14.00 it was sent through to be packed with the bikes when we return them back to NZ.
Dinner was had ...