BEST WESTERN Richfield Inn
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Great hotel - was able to do the laundry!!! Very clean and well maintained
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... Alps) who had come from the west on his 4 month camping trip and shared with us a number of "must sees". We started with one of them – the Natural Bridges National Park. On the way, we passed from relatively flat arid mesa through this pass to this new scenery. I was struck with how the sage and other bushes clung to the rock! This park has 3 natural bridges within a few ...
... trying to decide if I should go left or right of the light pole, tree and dumpster. I made a commitment to go left, but was too far right, and hit a huge boulder that we missed seeing as we drove forward. Needless to say, the boulder won and the coach lost!
After calling the insurance company and filing the report, we decided to go to Dickey's BBQ ...
... and allow the chill to filter back in. This switchback weather kept up almost until we arrived at the highway to cross over and continue our journey. That’s where we got lost.
The route clearly states that you take 77 all the way up and over the mountain down to Highway 89. Once you get there, cross over and continue on 77 until you can turn to the left. That left mentioned wasn’t clear, seeing as though there were several lefts all leading in scattered ...
... are savings a lot of money from not paying for accommodation although. Baby wipe showers seem to be my new mini shower haha! We both have a really good rhythm by now with organising the cooking, choosing cheap options for food, sharing the driving and giggling about the day when we jump into the back of our cosy van to check out the pictures we have taken. I regularly think how lucky I am to have such a perfect travel buddy who has the same ...
We hike back down and get ice cream at the lodge. It is very interesting that they do not sell bottled water here in the park (and we find that to be true at other parks as we travel). They ask that everyone brings their own water bottles and they have refill stations with Zion fresh water. It is not cold, but it tastes great.
We catch a shuttle back down to the Visitor’s Center where I buy a couple of additional ...