Crystal Inn Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of how muddy it was, Everyone was having a great time. The hike to the Emerald Pools was fun, a little up and down path, not too strenuous. At the end, there were a couple of very small waterfalls and it dripped along the path to cool everyone off.
We left the Lodge, and boarded the shuttle for the Court of the Patriarchs, which is basically an easy 100 yard hike up an overlook to take pictures of the 3 peaks called ...
... fork of Taylor Creek and set off - however, we were soon thinking that the trail seemed even more strenuous than the sign had warned... To cut a very long story short, we'd lost the trail and found ourselves bush whacking and scrambling up loose slopes, eventually ending up on top of a sheer cliff, looking down on a perfectly good trail in the valley below. Not to ...
... dance around one another while trying to make sandwiches. However, it was a delicious lunch, chicken and salad wraps - a far cry from the fast food that we have experienced so far on our travels. "Go to California," they said, "The food is healthy there!" I beg to disagree. Perhaps in the image-obsessed Los Angeles that might be the case, but certainly not in the areas we have been to. It's pizza, burgers and "fried stuff with cheese." The Americans, we have ...
... spine of the mountain in which both sides drop down to the canyon below. The chain link rail provides limited comfort as grabbing the swinging support line throws your balance off. We felt like Edmund Hilary tackling the final step to Everest's summit named in his behave except for us we had couples arguing about making the final climb from the ascent. One scared of the acute climb with the other trying to ...
A lot of driving today. Filled up with gas $3.80ish a gallon. No lock on the petrol cap either. Went to: Cedar Breaks National Forest - first time we'd seen grassy undergrowth. Panguitch Lake Red Canyon Bryce National Park - we drove right tot the top of the canyon - 9000+ feet high. Very impressive. Then we stopped at various lookouts on our way back. Kodachrome Basin State Park And drove back in a big loop to get "home" about ...