Comfort Inn Zion
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Zion Hurricane
Large room with 2 queen beds, microwave, fridge, iron & ironing board. Water took some time to get warm but when it did it was hot and consistent. Laundry room - better equipped than previous hostel! Breakfast was excellent - cereals, juice, tea, coffee, cold eggs, waffles, toast, scrambled eggs, potato, sausages, biscuits. Great location just a mile from the park entrance.
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... trailhead is accessed via an easy, paved trail known as the Riverside Walk which is what we planned to do just so we could get a glimpse . As we waited in line for the shuttle, we heard thunder. Five minutes into our 30 minute wait to board, it started raining. As we rode the shuttle up the Canyon Road, we could see that the Virgin River was no longer a clear, gentle stream but was now a taupe, swirly brown laden with silt and the smell of wet cement. All the ...
... has never heard that word before and that apple is manzana in Spanish. 10 year olds are extremely literal. Ranger Dan has lots of stories and the 10 minute Rim Walk from Sunset Point to Sunrise Point take an hour and ½.
We learned a lot about the topography of Bryce Canyon from Ranger Dan from Maryland. Bryce Canyon was originally a lake and that that the rock layers are sediments left millions of years ago from the lake. Then ...
We arrive with no issues as usual. We are getting used to this by now. The traffic is still light and it is easy to travel. This state park is on a reservoir, like many state parks. It has a nice size body of water and the campground is a little ways away from the water. The park had a sign out stating that they are having issues with 'Swimmers Itch'. This has something to do with the water being having little critters that bite people and leave them with a rash. So no swimming ...
... of one of the few things that Jessie could order, mac and cheese (how the hell do you run out of mac and cheese? They should learn from Passmore and buy a year’s worth at a time), but everything worked out and we had more food than we knew what to do with. And I even contemplated for a few seconds not finishing my massive 1 pound pulled pork bacon cobb salad. We continued on our way following the retarded GPS directions and ended up ...
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