Best Western Travel Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We stop here for one night before we leave Utah. While its good being back in a big city for stocking up one day is more than enough of city noise and traffic. Although it is one of the most friendliest towns we've been in in a while, or maybe after the rudeness we found in Zion it just seemed that way. We finish the day with a nice relaxing afternoon swim in their pool.
... friends. They were very nice. Me and my friend switched and he rode my bike and he let me ride his scooter. Dinner was very good. We had tacos. The salsa tasted a little different than what we normally have. We had beans, lettuce, and cheese with it. After dinner we got in a little river next to our campground. It was not cold. There was very slick sand. Before bed we made homemade ice cream. Now have a good ...
... in contact, I believe. The celebrant, Fr. Thai, was a tad bit difficult to understand, but the message was clear. Ironically, just across the aisle, were Sonny and his wife, our next neighbors from our first site at Snow Canyon. He looked different "dressed up," but he was kind enough to re-introduce himself when he came over to visit. Small world...
Tomorrow we'll do our laundry and the only Laundromat left ...
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Las Vegas to Red Cliffs Recreation Area, St.George, Utah.
Our Malibu van, The Good Guy, was ready for us Sunday morning.It has seen a few miles, but runs well- not liking speed too much as it rattles a bit if speed approaches 60mph, but that's not a bad thing! It sure looks a hoot and draws second looks from many. Two pot smoking hippies would look more at home up front than two conservative not far ...
... on the rock formations. Known by pioneers as the "Silent City" of Rocks, it served as a locator and safe haven for the weary pioneer on their way west. It takes some effort to get to the City of Rocks National Reserve, but again, it's worth the effort.
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