Days Inn St. George
Travel Blogs from St. George
... would be and had to decide between 9am and 11am. Hey, we're on vacation, so that decision was easy! We had a leisurely morning and prepared to go for a hike after Mass including making salmon sandwiches for lunch.
We found St. George church easily and it has a really pretty statue of Mary on the side. The 11am mass was well attended and they had a visiting priest from California that weekend. He was very nice and gave a great ...
or "Water Rocks!"
I'm sure words and pictures can not do Zion justice, but here they are anyway:
A long long long long long long long time ago, this area of Utah was sandy desert, The winds blew the sand into large dunes, and over time the layers were compacted. Geological processes pushed what is now called the Colorado Plateau up to altitudes of up to 7000' (~2 km) or so (mountain peaks in the area were raised ...
Motorcycle: 289 miles. No luck with magnet, but the Chief is still rolling along. Route 15 South from St. Georges to Las Vegas is just 119 miles (Greenland, NH to Monmouth, ME). The ride today was all highway but even the highways can be nice rides out here. We ride over a ridge and in the distance you can see a city in the middle of the dessert - Las Vegas. You can only imagine what they were thinking putting a city here! We decide to take in another History ...
... people ask us if he is four. We realise that we have been away so long now that our stock answer of two and a half is no longer that accurate and he is really nearly three. So that is his new age now. The lovely people lend us a pool noodle and a ball to play with and we all have loads of fun. Taya is super happy swimming and splashing around and still enjoys her "ready go" dunks. Pasta dinner outside the van before Taya's bedtime and a ...
... around when it got too hazardous for us. This involved a drop off we thought we wouldn't be able to easily navigate on our return trip. A piece of rope would have made it easily navigable, but the rope was resting quietly stored in the coach. Maybe we'll give it a shot next year.
We returned to the main trail and hiked uphill for a ways and then returned home. It was a robust hour's workout. This is enough for our first day out ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking