Bryce Pioneer Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Fun little cabins, bit basic, but clean and dry, in the middle of town, easy to find.
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... The first place we went to was the lodge to check the status of the horse ride scheduled for Saturday. The forecast for Saturday was mostly rainy so we rescheduled the ride for Monday.
(We were supposed to be at Kodachrome State Park by this time, but more about that later)
The next stop was the Visitor's center to get a map and other information about the park.
We watched the orientation film about the Park.
We caught the next shuttle ...
... over to the lodge for a bathroom break and some relaxation. Our room in Sunset Lodge was not quite ready, so we enjoyed sitting in the lodge and made use of the Wi-Fi. Once we checked in, we drove over to Sunset Lodge. We tried our key and it didn't work! Seriously? We had most of our luggage with us outside the door, so once again I stood guard while Tommy drove back to the lodge. My legs were tired so I decided to sit against the wall. Now that was better! 20 minutes ...
... the side of the cliff. I wish we had a picture of that.
We met a lot of nice people on the trip and I talked to a group of young people from France, using my high school French. Actually, they spoke very good English. They were here visiting all of the national parks in the West. They told us that they rent motor homes in Europe and that we should go there and do what we are doing here. I would love that. What an experience that would be.
... yoghurt, fruit, muffins and hot coffee, it was time to pack up the tents - an easier venture than we first thought. By the end of the week, we will be professional tent strikers!
As soon as the van was loaded, we left Zion, headed for our next destination, Bryce Canyon. The drive out of Zion, we were told by Jen, was going to be stunning. En route, we might encounter wild goats, deer and, eventually, prairie dogs. We kept our eyes peeled as we drive along more winding roads. ...
... any rain incident. After vegging in the afternoon we went on a small hike to a waterfall and then went exploring for dinner options. We found an amazing restaurant- which we were not dressed for. We dined on a back patio with hoodoos and cliffs in the distance on halibut cheeks and filet mignon. It was a truly impressive meal and the chef came to talk to us at the end so we could get his secret for the food we has just ...