Hampton Inn Richfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were actually really beautiful and worth seeing! After that, we finished driving through Nebraska and headed to Denver. The beginning of Colorado was surprisingly boring. It was just flat land the entire way to Denver. We met up with my friend Kim who moved out there last year and she took us to Red Rocks, which were really cool. I'd love to climb them O_O After staying the night at the creepiest hostel ever, (sorry mom and ...
... south west. This is a Waterpocket Fold area, and it is the longest one in North America. According to the brochure, "It is a giant buckle in Earth's crust that stretches across south-central Utah. This vast warping of rock, created 65 million years ago by the same great forces later uplifting the Colorado Plateau, is called the Waterpocket Fold. Capital Reef National Park preserves the Fold and its eroded jumble of colorful cliffs, massive domes, soaring spires, ...
Woke up to a pretty surrounding and headed to our next destination Richfield where we had lined up a skype interview with a lady with 2 massage positions at Fort McMurray in Alberta Canada. It went really well!! Allana and I were stoked because of the big money to be made :) Off we drove a few hours to Bryce Canyon. We entered ($25 entry) and went straight to the first lookout which was really impressive. From the rim you could view the amphitheater ...
... too many risks that we didn't understand. The bikes have been amazing but the rocks we have been riding could have taken a tyre off with ease. I had bought a US mobile but where were today there is no way we could have got help before the heat got to us.
So it's Tarmac all the way now for us I'm afraid. We will complete the coast to coast but not TheTAT.
Both pretty down now and shattered but at least we ...
... was an unphotographic day - Gary took three photos all day and I stopped taking them by mid-afternoon. It wasn't that the scenery was boring but it wasn't that impressive either - perhaps we were a bit blase as we have seen such stunning, awe-inspiring views elsewhere that the combination of constant straight roads followed by hairpins bends became slightly monotonous. There were very few views from the mountain tops as the roads ...