Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites St. George, UT
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Travel Blogs from St. George
It was a real joy being back in the "country" away from all the big city noises of Salt Lake City. It was so quiet at night and while it was cool, it was not cold like it was up north. We all got a good nights sleep and were ready to start the day with a nice breakfast of SPAMbled egg and toast.
We're very close to the town of St. George which has a Catholic church. We used our favorite Mass resource www.masstimes.org to look up ...
... lore (Gila monsters are one of only 2 poisonous lizards. We'll leave it as a reader exercise to figure out the other. Jene never told us).
It was by all accounts a wicked fun trip. Scott offering the opinion that "in terms of adrenaline per dollar, this has to be the best deal in Utah" We ended the day happy, dusty, and not even thinking about how we really needed to do laundry again now.
... do it justice. If you see Zion, you must see Bryce and vice-versa. An astounding one-two punch of Nat. Parks. Utah has been great, especially for scenery. A zillion different landscapes, each one stunning in its own way. There are at least a dozen more places worthy of a visit that will have to wait until next time. Hands down, Utah is my very favorite state of all. I hate to leave and will return again and again. But for now- it's Vegas, ...
... never seen prettier eyes and that Taya was captivating.What a lovely compliment for her.
We arrive back at the RV site with two very tired, and slightly cross, children but we manage to rectify the situation with a fun trip to the pool. Seeing them so happy in the water relaxs us all and we enjoy a much needed cool off. Dylan attracts the women in the pool who enjoy listening to him chatting away and leaping in and swimming to us. ...
... also-famous peanut butter, dill pickle and mayo sandwiches on homemade wholewheat bread. Mmm, mmm good. This was a preparation for our first hike today.
We took the Hidden Pinyon Trail. Pinyon, as I've learned is a variant of Piņon, which is a small pine with edible seeds called Piņon nuts. The trail was rated "moderate", but involved slipping along narrow ledges of rock and such. We followed it for about half mile, but decided ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services