Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites St. George, UT
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Travel Blogs from St. George
... Ohio went from the Redskins to the Red Hawks. The term "Redskin" is considered offensive by most Native Americans, a concept about which the National Football League's Washington Redskins are completely tone deaf. The Ute tribe gave the University explicit permission to use the Ute name for all its athletic teams. Notable Utah graduates include:
- J. Willard Mariott (A.B., 1926), founder of the Marriott hotel ...
... and the sky had white fluffy clouds, adding to the picture.
We parked at the colony, and walked around. There are artists' co-ops as well as individual studios/galleries. There was the full range of artistic expression, from oils to metal to pottery. The artists in the galleries are well known and the prices were indicative of that fact. There are lots of benches and chairs to sit on under the shade of trees and just enjoy the ...
... vacation. They were in their mid-to-late 50s, and when we got to talking (and agreeing) about my ongoing "Life is Short" theme, the wife observed, "I work as an ICU nurse, and I see people in there every day who are the same or younger age as I am. There's no guarantee that any of us can make a trip like this if we wait until we retire."
I know I'm driving this point home with a sledge hammer here and in other entries, folks, ...
... Exiting Death Valley we entered Nevada. We did a by-pass of Las Vegas, what with it being daytime there didn't seem a lot of point exploring, and we wanted to keep moving.
Next up was Arizona. We drove through some great landscape here, through huge and looming colourful stripy rocks. It inspired me to name every colour I could see, and it took a while. Getting very bored and fidgety in the car now.
Not long after we crossed the state ...
... point into Zion. The temperature in the Great Basin NP campsite when we left this morning was in the mid-60's. At the bottom of the mountain (still early in the morning) it was low 80's. By lunchtime it had climbed to the mid-90's, and the further south we headed the more it kept climbing, reaching 105 by the time we hit I-15. After settling in at the hotel, Ronnie went out to find a charger at a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet