Days Inn & Suites Kanab
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn & Suites Kanab
It's a nice and friendly hotel. But I would not recommend people to stay in Kanab Utah..It's a fairly small town with no good food or big grocery store. I would recommend you to stay in Page Arizona since it's a bigger town and has more things to do.
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... conversation (cause I am an old **** now). Before the sun sets I join Hinesh on his rock and we watch the sun set over the mountain range. Again, not too exciting for the photos as the expected colours of pink or purple were absent today, but still nice to chill there with Hinesh. We make it down to the car before it gets too dark and head home.
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... took the “Riverside Walk”, a 2.2 mile roundtrip walk on a paved path along the “Virgin River”, at the end of the paved path you could proceed up river into the canyon, but it was necessary to walk in the riverbed, and we decided that we would rather maintain dry feet than go further into the canyon. Using the shuttle bus we went down the canyon to the stop for the trail to the “Weeping Rock”. This is short .5 mile round trip hike ...
The next day started with checking out of Circus Circus and heading to iHop for brunch. We then drove to the Kolob Canyons at Zion National Park which is the largest free standing arch in the world. We met an old couple to guide us through the different activities at the Canyons. Avanti and Lal ...
... as they built the Hole-in-The Rock Trail through some of the most broken and rugged terrain in North America. Home to a population of a mere 300, Bluff hosts the biggest museum of outdoor equipment in the US, with an original cabin (in pretty poor repair) and the half ruins of an original stone building. The remainder of the fort has been rebuilt, each cabin furnished with heirlooms of the original family occupants together ...
... and then did not always have wifi. That, coupled with the fact that we had just eaten lunch and did not want to be forced to purchase food so we could enjoy a cold beer (another odd Utah law), pushed us back to the campsite. We had purchased a new cooler a week eariler that did not fit in the Scamp but was larger than our old cooler, sealed, and had a drain. It was too big but at the same time gave us so much more room for food and beer. Now that ...