Comfort Inn Green River
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slightly overpriced for a remote location and didn't have a cafe
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Travel Blogs from Green River
... wandered through farmland on its way to Sacramento, the California State Capital. More assorted crops in varying stages of growth. Went in for lunch while waiting in Sacramento and were seated with Dave from Sacramento and his "grandson", Micah. Dave had him for 6 days while his parents one is Dave's nephew or niece). Young Micah is just at that age to be rather a handful with not much of an attention span. Good luck Dave. Meal quality is excellent, ...
... to go to West Winds Restaurant instead. The truck stop diner proved to be an ideal second choice. The food was about what we expected, but it was all about the company anyway. and we were able to take another group photo. We had everyone but Susan. She had left the night before as she had a wedding in SLC to attend.
For me, this would be my last night. A few others were leaving the next day too, while others were staying until Monday. Sadly I had to say some good byes.
... Hans and Antionette.
We were forced to do a group photo without the 9 Canyoneers, but there were still 16 of us in the shot. As we walked next door to the Tamerisk Restaurant many of us were sending texts and leaving messages for the missing hikers. We ordered dinner and ate and socialized, though as time went on, we were all worried because we still had no word from our friends.
We finished dinner and went back next door to discuss plans for the next day. But no one ...
Returned to Green River and tried to attend to some unfinished business in the moonshine Wash slot canyon – it's been annoying me for 3 years after the first time I went there it was flooded. As I had a blister on my foot I did not go in for fear of aggravating it. This time it beat me again, albeit for different reasons. After some faffing about route finding in the desert by GPS alone, I found the entrance ...
... red rock which we forgot to do when staying in town.
We pre-booked a room at the Comfort Inn in Green River, Utah. If you are traveling to this area, I recommend this little town. There really is not much to do but it is only 46 miles from Arches National Park and much less expensive than Moab. We asked the gal at the front desk where to eat in town. She ...