Crystal Inn Cedar City
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Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... minutes or so takes you up to various points of interest or trail heads. We were dropped off at the lodge at 9.15 am and had until 12.30 pm, we caught a shuttle up to a stop that leads to a walk known as the Temple of Sinawava. The trail, which is only a few k long winds up a narrow river valley, towering red cliffs either side. At the end of the trail you can wade across the river and walk a section known as the narrows. Along the way we saw squirrels, including ...
This part of our tour was very, very hectic. We covered 3 'exhibits' in 1 day and had to flights.
The first was Bryce Canyon. Kathleen’s "feminine" canyon. I can understand why. Beautiful!
We then flew over the Grand Canyon which is rare these days so it was a real treat! We spent a few hours there. Unfortunately it was Easter and the School spring break so it was chockers with people. ...
... I still haven’t lost this bloody extra weight I’m carrying, to make days like this that much easier!
I can totally recommend Zion Adventure Centre if anyone fancies doing this (Julie?? Claire??) So much of the success of a trip like this lies in the personality of the guide. Mike was awesome; patient (very patient!), easy to talk to and good with explaining things. He had a very relaxed way about him, but you felt very safe in his hands. He ...
... going to steal some more time in Zion, then the next day we're swapping nature for goodness knows what in Las Vegas - it'll certainly be a change of pace. We're all looking forward to the razzle dazzle of Vegas and we're seeing Cirque du Soleil Love (the Beatles tribute) which is meant to be amazing.
So, that's it from me for now. Hope you guys are still enjoying your holidays and some sunshine - until the next instalment...
Jenn, Mat & the girls
... and Stefanie and their daughters. Chatted with them about Stanley and where they recommended us to go, that we managed to not look at any of the scenery along the way! However, we got out at our chosen stop and walked along the path to the Emerald pools. Really great scenery, and its so close. The thing is that the mountains are right there next to you, and really impreessive, too. Made our way up to the higher pool, where it was quite spectacular. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service