Days Inn & Suites Kanab
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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... still much preparation to be completed.
The rain storms are slowly diminishing and with luck should be out of our way to enable us to make our journey tomorrow.
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... of the 26th Annual Rutan Fly-in (perhaps it could be called ‘International’ now on account of Michael and Cheryl’s appearance from Australia (touring on a motorbike) and our G Reg ). Twelve canards and one Mooney took the course in two groups at 30 second intervals. Volunteers from those not flying were called upon to act as timers/spotters etc. The results would be announced at that evening's Banquet.
... truths, but, that was not the idea.
It is in this tradition that I write this blog post, without “is” or “to be”, except where absolute truths are found (i.e. Kendall is my wife, or God is to be found everywhere.) Is, is easy enough: just write in past-tense; to be is a whole other animal. Let’s begin, shall we? Put in, or find a favorite version of A Night in Tunisia and let your mind drift into thoughts of places far, ...
As we walked, we could see the canyon above us, and frogs jumping below our feet. We walked on, and on, and on. Forever, it seemed. We thought we missed a landmark for halfway ages ago, only to reach it 20 minutes up. We rested, almost defeated.
We continued on and on, up throught waterfalls, up slippery rocks and could see the canyon narrow.
Then we arrived. The subway is this cool ...
... trail. We head out to the “Double O Arch”, and along the way the views are spectacular. It’s really amazing because it’s quite easy to get lost out in this desert, but what they have done is place little rocks on top of each other like “balance rocks” and when you see one you know you’re on the right pathway. They lead you the entire way which is really clever. We got off the beaten track just from yapping away to each other and realise we ...