Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites St. George, UT
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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We were up before the sun this morning, we had an alarm call at 4am. We dropped our cases to the tour guide's door at 4.30 and on the coach by 5am. Two hours later we arrived at the Grand Canyon. (There are only six of us who are European on the tour the rest are Chinese) We are having some difficulty understanding the tour guide Jason as his English is not particularly good. Disregarding this the Grand Canyon has the wow factor. We first got on the shuttle bus to Eagle Point where ...
... need to understand their limits. So off we go in the shuttle. Zion is beautiful and very lush. The shuttle takes you up a far ways into the canyon and you can pick which spots you wish to get off at. You can take a small hike or just some pictures and then just catch the next shuttle. They run about every 15 minutes. This is much easier to do then try to hike it yourself in this weather. We do get off and go put our feet in the water. It is nice and cool and the trees shade ...
Sorry to be so slow in getting updates to our blog. Internet and phone coverage in the RV parks is not very reliable and we are having so much fun in sightseeing, swimming in the pools and sleeping in that is hard to keep on top of it. It is such "hard work" to be retired.
Our GPS was set incorrectly so it took us down a very narrow, steep and curvy road into Palm Springs. Almost went ...
... over 3,000 feet in elevation during today’s drive. St. George is nestled in at the base of some big red bluffs to the North, where there was a pond created in the 1900’s as an irrigation pond that supplied water to downtown residents and businesses. There is still water running down an open gutter down a couple of streets where we walked tonight, which appears to be a hold-over from those days (see the photo).
... for me to really enjoy seeing any more though. I think I still need a few more months for that.
The only reservable RV campground in the park was already full, so we ended up staying at a great place in Virgin, UT. There's not much of a town there, but the park had plenty to do. We swam a bit (but the water and weather were too cold to stay in long) played some pool, and went to a s'more and stories night the park was having. It was fun ...