Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Richfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Great beds, beautiful country, love the hot tub, and the kids loved the pool
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... hell what a palaver.
and it did not stop there, asked for a 2nd beer which was not too much trouble but we did receive a few curt and frowning looks. so we asked what would happen if we wanted a 3rd beer.....they nearly had a melt down, talked about us having to recite the alphabet back wards, doing a handstand all sorts of nonsense. and no we did not drive there it was about 30 meters from the ...
... navigation.) Also, I had noticed a few hours earlier that the speedometer on my bike was no longer recording the distance we were travelling. It was restarting itself at sporadic intervals and resetting to zero every so often. How extremely inconvenient and frustrating!
Every now and then vehicles would pass. Some occupants would wave; others would just ride on by. Lee jokingly said that he was going to hitch a ride up that hill. Eventually it came to that. It was ...
... feet. Floor of canyon was fairly flat & consisted of pebbles. We were lucky that it was totally dry. Beauty in walls of stone... who knew?! Loved it.
Turned around & went back the way we came in. Saw just about 5 people while in canyon. On our way down trail, almost to parking lot, we met up with large group of young people coming toward us. Once again, we beat 'the rush'!
11:45 AM: Enter Goblin Valley S.P. ($8 a car). It's ...
... miles after were close to impossible. For us at least.
The temperature was showing 45c in the shade whilst we were moving. As soon as we stopped the heat from the rocks was overwhelming, but we had no choice but to carry on.
We took too many risks. We didn't understand the terrain and we didn't know the effect of riding in 45c plus temps.
I have taken the decision to bin the off road sections now. ...
... are. The majority of recreational parking areas have trailhead maps that you can use to hike which is a really useful feature and has led us to many an unplanned walk. A quick look at the trail map told us that we weren't going to be doing a hike here; the shortest was 8 miles, the longest was 23 and they all have elevations that we didn't really want to think about. Despite being near the bottom of this particular range, we were ...