Comfort Inn & Suites Cedar City
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This hotel is a good value for the money. It is clean and has a hot breakfast. Unfortunately, we also found it to be quite noisy at night with many slamming doors. We also had issues with small children running in the room above us at midnight. Still, I would recommend this hotel.
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After months of planning, our trip day had finally arrived! Thanks to the destination experts on Trip Advisor, we were ready for our Utah Adventure. The funny thing is that I had never asked a single question on TA's forums. That's because I used the search feature and found the answers to every question I could possibly ask. Way …
Woke up to a beautiful sunrise, although a bit chilly around 44•. We're excited about today's route and will post more after we get some miles under our belt.
Update 9:26AM MDT: this leg of the trip is breathtaking. Anthony is reconsidering where he wants to live. We just ran down I70 from the Eisenhower Tunnel into Frisco,CO and had to stop. A very cool little town that is obviously ...
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We had a leisurely morning, taking our time and heading south into Utah.
We passed through Salt Lake City saw the Great Salt Lake and took a brief detour out to salt flats to take some pictures. A lot of flat and a lot of salt. We also saw the giant Kennecott smokestack (1200' (370m)) high, which is pretty neat.
We finished up our 5 hour drive and temporarily parked the bus in ...
... quite cool now. We went to our snacky drinks at 6.00 pm and found there were two groups. We sat and chatted with our wine and chips and watched the sun set over the Grand Canyon. It changed every minute and was spectacular with the sun setting on different parts highlighting the orange rock like a torch had been placed on one area. We had a few beers and after and were the last to leave but we actually got back to our room by around 9.30 pm. So not bad really, we had a nice ...