Hilton Garden Inn St. George
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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One thing I forgot to take with me on this trip....sunblock. Stupid! Going to the desert where the sun shines almost every day without sunblock is almost as stupid as going without water. And Eric actually did think about sunblock but for some reason decided we wouldn't need it.
So what happened? First day. Sunburn. Both of us. Ouch. I am …
Další národní park, který jsme dnes navštívili, byl Utažský Zion, který kopíruje kaňon řeky Virgin. Tentokrát jsme se ale procházeli v samém kaňonu a ne po jeho kraji. Stejné skalnaté geologické podloží a protékající řeka vytvořily krásnou zelenou oázu – přesto stále uprostřed poušt …
It was time to pack up again and we headed off to Salt Lake City around 9:15 am. Our first stop was Love's where we fueled up. 35.685 gals. @ 2.99 gal. for a total of $106.66. Along the way we saw Delano Peake, part of the Tushar Mountains, with lots of snow at 12,000' altitude. This was near Beaver. Approaching Santaquin, we had a spectacular view of the ...
... after all. St. George and its surrounding areas are having record high temperatures for September. Mike doesn't like the cold and I can't stand the heat. We're doomed!
Bye for now. Stay well.
Today was a travel day from Salt Lake City (Draper area) to South West Utah. Our original plan was to visit the Zion National Park but our friends in Congress have other ideas about that and have shut it down. Our new plan is to check out the state parks in the same area. Two of them look the most interesting: Snow Canyon and Sand Hollow. Both parks are as close to us at our KOA we were ...