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... climbing, and site seeing. First, I'm going to hike the numerous trails. There are trails that take a couple of hours, to trails that take a couple of days to walk. The main reason I choose Zion National Park was not only for the beautiful canyons and cliffs that encircle you on the hike, but also because you sometimes have to walk through water that can be up to 5 feet tall. One of my pictures includes this and also a the morning sun pouring ...
... and Haagen Dazs ice cream (tasteless ice cream, thin chocolate coating and expensive), Starbucks who are totally incapable of making a passable coffee. There are so many food chains here so I bet we will add some more before we get home. Perhaps you can help us out with your own ideas for a Chuck It list!
The GPS brought us straight to the Valu Inn and we have made it like home ...well emptied our rucksacks at least. The local Supermarket ...
... have definitely cooled off. Jen didn't know what to write about Zion, so I said I would have a crack at writing something. Well, first, all I can say is that words and photos will not do any of it justice, the grandeur, the size and majesty of the place is breath taking. Unlike Bryce Canyon yesterday, we were in Zion on the canyon floor, surrounded by towering monoliths and vertical canyon walls. Zion is very well organised. A free shuttle service that runs ...
... for the night for the grand total of $33. We decided to hit one of the two local watering holes for a pitcher, mikes tavern. The one with reviews on yelp with reviews such as, "A biker bar with a stripper pole, count me in!" Instead of toadZ which got the review "Has a better selection than mikes but its a total meat factory." We made the right choice I think, there are ...
... used his foot to stop slipping on the smooth wall. My next move was to stand on his toe, by accident, to a canyon filling scream. I had the giggles and nearly slipped into the water.
I love slot canyons…but bloody hell was this one narrow! So narrow that Lyn did in fact, get wedged in at one point! He went first and came across a chock stone wedged between the canyon walls, with a gap underneath it. He opted for going under it! Big mistake! Huge! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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