Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites St. George, UT
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... buy liquor at the supermarket, pharmacy stores, superstores like Target - pretty much everywhere!
We brought some "near beer" as in it's nearly beer because it's so weak and headed for Mexican restaurant near our hotel. The food was good although they do their tacos weird - folded over and fried but not crispy. I didn't like them at all and just ate the filling. Thankfully they served liquor and two margaritas later we were ready for a good nights sleep.
... the TV on once. I've driven in to La Verkin a few times to work at the coffee shop. I've been reading A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson. Enjoying it very much. Also gone hiking and bike riding. A few friends have been up to visit. This is exactly what I needed to recharge my batteries and recenter. There is a cat, Kitty ...
Today I finally said goodbye to the City of Sin (Las Vegas). I really don't care if I ever come back to that godforsaken place. I was able to finally get back into nature at Valley of Fire State Park. I hiked a couple of short trails and drove around the place. I hiked an unmarked trail at Fire Canyon, a short loop at White Dome, and the trail through Mouse's Tank. The Mouse's Tank was a box canyon full of caves. The area is named after a Paiute Indian Renegade named ...
... Idaho, N. of Idaho Falls. I guess the stories of sitting around the campfire left out the part about watching TV)
And, in case you're wondering how we manage to stay on top of everything while we're on the road, I've included a picture of our command center technology.
... lots of ponds. You would never know that you started at 3,200 feet and were now at over 8,000 feet. You will also note several different types of formations. The big mountainous ones are much closer to Zion proper. We didn't take pictures of it but we also looked down into the most lush valley you can imagine. You will see a picture that has a ranch entrance in it. It goes down into this valley with ...