Hilton Garden Inn St. George
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Travel Blogs from St. George
Began early and arrive in St. George Early, missing the afternoon showers in Zion by minutes.
Stop at the far side of Grand Canyon since Buses didn't take you there and we didn't want to ride yesterday and lose our prime parking spot near the hotel.
Zion marks the last of the National Parks stops on our whirlwind tour of the Grand Circle!
We entered Zion National Park from the east entrance, via route 9. It was to our advantage that we ended up entering from the east because it gave us an opportunity to see a side of the park that not many people go to. When you enter from the east …
Got in the Gee-Whiz the morning and the temp read out at 23F – that's minus five.
On I15 it hit 11F – that is minus eleven point five
On US 89 headed west it dipped to 7F – a balmy minus 14 degrees.
And for the rest of the day it stayed pretty much in that vein. Granted by the time I stopped for …
Today was the first time in a few weeks that I got the hiking gear on and headed out. I learnt yesterday that I should use the term hiking in preference to walking as in this part of the world and with my Aussie-cum-German accent people think I am on a 'working' holiday. The destination was Zion National Park which is a gentle 45 mile drive from St …
After running away from the Tramway to hide my shame and snow-whetted **** I got the car set and got on the way. The initial estimate of 8 hours driving was improved by an hour when I reset the sat nav to not avoid motorways and off I set along 29 Palms Highway – which looked even more desolate in the daylight than it had done the previous …
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility