Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites St. George, UT
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in an amazing room that also had huge windows overlooking the valley/mountains. The restaurant was called Cliffside Restaurant and it was delicious and fantastic, the presentation of each dish was beautiful, and the service was excellent. We then all swam in the pool which was also on the cliff and stayed there for awhile since it was SO HOT (103 degrees) until we retired to our room and sat on the balcony for awhile chatting. Was really fun and ...
... resort that borders the Cedar Breaks National Monument. We were able to get all the way to the top of the mountain and experience some amazing views. The peak is over 11,000 feet in elevation and one can see parts of Arizona, Nevada and Utah from the summit. There is also get a great view of the Cedar Breaks area from the top. We took plenty of photos during the day, so we hope they adequately illustrate our visits and that you enjoy ...
... as well as a watercolor of old cameras, to pay homage to my photography side. Barb is a successful potter and she discoursed on the various potters we saw (she loved the owl potter), I am the photographer so I discoursed on that, Joanne is our knitter/crocheter so she discoursed on that, and Cindy is our quality control expert! We are a well-rounded group. The artists were friendly and were not of the hard sell variety (for the most part). There were groups performing on a ...
... found "Leo's bunk" a shelf made out of a molten lava wave that had splashed against the wall and then hardened.
All in all both Leo and Omar were pretty exhausted but super happy with their spelunking experience! We then headed back to meet Suzanne and the boys.
Meanwhile, Suzanne and the boys after dropping Omar and Leo off, headed over to the visitors center. After that they hiked the Hidden Pinyon Trail. At the beginning of the hike there was ...
... of days with our friend, Daniel, performing. As we motored down the highway, we noticed the Valle Mountains to the east and the Pahvant Mountains to the south. We passed Cove Fort north of Beaver. We stopped for fuel at the Flying J: 37.5 gals @ $3.999 gal totaling $150.00. Cedar City looked like a pretty town and this is where we saw a red life sized lighthouse. Near Hurricane we saw a huge Walmart distribution centre. We also saw Nucor Wire Products. We arrived at ...