BEST WESTERN El Rey Inn & Suites
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Up, fed and sorted again, on the road 10amish, drove to Pioche and cruised in for a little look, a very old mining town but now struggling to stay afloat, more mining relics and looked like another big operation in its hey day, very hot and dry so we found the only cafe in town and went in looking for ice cream, the two ladies in there got quite …
... of he scenic road to a stop called "The Temple of Sinawava", Who knows, but it had a nice paved trail that followed the river for a couple of miles. We knew we were going to be doing a lot of hiking today, so we went down the path for about a half mile and turned back. We actually had river access on this path, so we could go right down to the river and play in the water. The Virgin River is really more the size of a creek, and it ...
... Everything in Springdale appears quaint and polished so we thought it would be right up there with our experience in Jackson, Wy or the many favorite markets we frequent in Vermont. Our entire day was based on a morning outing to the market. Though I was up three hours earlier, the market started at 9:00 so there was no reason to get Victor up before then. We were worried it might be so crowded that parking would be limited so we hopped on ...
... in St. George for fast food. Then it was back on the road to Cedar City, where we would stop for the night. We had chosen the Comfort Inn and Suites for its decent price and included hot breakfast. It was a nice hotel and a very good value. Unfortunately, it was also quite noisy with slamming doors all night long. We also had young children in the room above us running around at midnight. I'd still recommend this hotel. I think we were just unfortunate that night.
... Yorker who now lived in Washington DC. It was a real eclectic mix of languages, and ages, and it looked set to be an interesting trip.
We wound our way along snaking roads, with huge drop offs on either side. It was a five hour journey to our first destination of the tour Zion National Park - but the tour leader, Jen, kept us up to speed with the geology and geography of the area as we drove. We passed through Arizona, stopping at a huge out-of-town Walmart to pick ...