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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Sorry to be so slow in getting updates to our blog. Internet and phone coverage in the RV parks is not very reliable and we are having so much fun in sightseeing, swimming in the pools and sleeping in that is hard to keep on top of it. It is such "hard work" to be retired.
Our GPS was set incorrectly so it took us down a very narrow, steep and curvy road into Palm Springs. Almost went ...
... some of the activities.
Just like with Yellowstone, the drive to Zion was almost as impressive as the park itself. The colors of the canyon walls run the spectrum of reds, browns and orange and seen to change both colors, perspective and formation every mile. There are steep canyons walls that are topped ...
... from the bridge. The Lake Powell area is breathtaking, turquoise blue water filling all the red rock and white rock canyons, with the blue blue sky up above. On the low end of the damn, the Colorado River is deep green, with a group of kayaks parked at a rental pad. Wow. I said that word many times during today’s drive. We passed on Zion as we have both been there and drove through a more southerly route to St. ...
... was in flip flops) to the beginning of The Narrows - the smooth tunnel like rock formations you always see in pictures of Zion. We vowed to get fit and come back to do The Narrows hike next April.
We took the car route - The Zion-Mount Carmel Highway which was constructed between 1927-1930 at a cost of almost $2 million - a staggering amount for the time. You drive in complete darkness other than the car headlights and the occasional carved out "windows" ...
... it boggles the mind to think of the thousands of tonnes of rock hanging in mid air above your head.
I would love to come back to this stunning, incredible, bizarre and lonely part of the world when it was warmer - the average temperature for our visit was 34F - thats about 4C. i would love to spend some time going off piste and exploring the parks from a hikers point of view. To lose yourself here would be truly something.