Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Richfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Richfield
Great beds, beautiful country, love the hot tub, and the kids loved the pool
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... results. The campground we stayed at in Bluff had been aggressively ridding itself of this tree.
We next came through – another geological masterpiece.
In the middle of the gorge we came across this settler’s cabin. We had seen holy rock before, but Robert was able to get an up close picture here at the settler's cabin. Apparently the settler ...
... trying to decide if I should go left or right of the light pole, tree and dumpster. I made a commitment to go left, but was too far right, and hit a huge boulder that we missed seeing as we drove forward. Needless to say, the boulder won and the coach lost!
After calling the insurance company and filing the report, we decided to go to Dickey's BBQ ...
... bike shop and unloaded then went to the nearest motel.
sorted ken out for his trouble and checked in.
dam strange place this town. we went to "wingers" a nearby dinner. asked for a couple of beers, waitress could not serve them as she was under 21, then Justin Beber came over and took the beer order, then the manager came over and explained we could not have beer till we had ordered ...
... to an interstate road but when we got there short of cutting a fence down we could not get on. Bill had a another fit and after saying "I can't do this, I can't do this. There is 29 miles of this **** before we can bail out" he rode off at big speed that worried me. Fortunately 1.2 miles later was the junction, not 29.
I don't care who says it but I dare anyone to say this bit was easy.
Black Dragon Canyon and ...
... once we got across the border and into Utah, we could pick up the interstate (15) for 40 miles and then cut across to Highway 120 and follow it past Bryce Canyon National Park and into the Grand Escalante National Park. I was a little nervous of this suggestion; I had been trying to get us to the Grand Escalante NP (http://www.utah.com/nationalsites/gran d_staircase.htm) for a couple of trips but the roads are interestingly described ...