Crystal Inn Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I began over back in 1992 doing new construction, residential alternative market, and this firm a part of your business where I came upon extra challenges each day. After a few years of working for other businesses, I desired to build my very own business and provides my shoppers a more personal grade of service ...
... place with various souvenirs and jewelry to choose. They provided a 10% discount, so I decided to treat myself.
On our way to Lake Powell, the bus stopped at the Carl Hayden Visitor Center. It's located next to Glen Canyon Dam and bridge. It took over three years to pour the concrete for the arch dam and power plant.
Finally we arrived ...
... style dining room with all the hats and paraphernalia up on the walls. We were met by a cowboy who's grand father was the original Sheriff of the town of Knab. It is also the place where a lot of Weston movies were filmed and the likes of John Wayne and his ilk were filming. We all were allocated apart in a show called" How the West was Lost". Andrew was a soldier and I was an Indian. We walked through a room where we were allocated our headress and props and ...
It is GREAT hearing from 'ALL YOU ALL' ... Glad you enjoy our travels and pictures . . . Left Golden Spike Wednesday 7NOV and drove thru to Cedar City, UT (hwy I-15) . . . Up early Thursday 8NOV and drove thru St. George UT, dipped into Arizona, then Nevada, California and back into Arizona . . . Hwy 95 both California and Arizona . . . traveled thru Bullhead http://bullheadcity.com/ , Hoover Dam http://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/, Las Vegas . . . the scenic route was ...
... 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 ...