Stone Lizard Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsStone Lizard Lodging Blanding
A place where you can stay for a night, and next morning move on. 2 nights or more, find some other place. The owners is nice and it's clean.
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Again a day of major miles, to the bottom of Utah. After negotiating Salt Lake City in peak hour in a Winnebago (insert primal scream here) we passed lake Utah ( not impressive) and drove south. The first few hours were barren plains, interspersed with barren canyons (Price Canyon was scenic and a challenging piece of road). Very John Wayne Western movie land. The occasional interesting mountain on the horizon, travelling through ...
We drove down to Blanding, Utah for a couple of nights so we could get out to Natural Bridges National Park, about 35 miles west. It has the highest concentration of natural bridges in the world.
Gorgeous drive out there. Lots of ups and downs. (We later took this same road with our motorhome using out engine brakes a lot going down the 8% and ...
... got sick and tired of drunken Indians wrecking the place and brought in the no booze policy that has remained ever since! So we had some pre Subway drinks - bought our Subs, had a great night outdoors in the cool of the evening! We also did some pre planning of the next few days and bought tickets for the train to the Grand Canyon and some accommodation in Williams where the train leaves from! It should a nice restful day after some long ...
... Monument Valley and the Four Corners area, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell), Cedar Mesa archaeological and wilderness area, the San Juan ...
... and Canyonlands National Parks the wonders of what awaits us in the parks was previewed along the highway. As we climbed into the mountains the views of the red rock and the cliff faces were spectacular, while the vistas out over the valleys were somewhat hazy they were still great. We did not stop at any of the parks today, ...