Holiday Inn Express Green River

Address: 1845 E Main St, Green River, Utah, 84525, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1845 E Main St, Green River, is near Green River.
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    Travel Blogs from Green River

    Different scenes on this stretch to Green River

    A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Apr 10, 2015

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... of the Fremont Culture, petroglyphs in the cliffs right beside the highway, Fantastic! , and the tiny school house, Gifford House and the orchards from the time of the Mormon pioneers. Wildlife Watch: deer. We celebrated Easter Sunday with a morning tea of cherry pie and ice-cream from Gifford House. It was delicious! The orchards around here grow apples, cherries, apricots and pears.
    After we left Capitol Reef NP we headed to Green River, along Route 24 and then Highway ...

    Day 5 Going Home To Sedona

    A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 28, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... room. A Navajo taco for lunch was great. I figured I'll be eating healthier once I get home. Besides, I'm still on vacation. And my stop worked as I needed. Back on the road I was rain free again. There was still lots of evidence of the heavy rain on the roads and in the washes. But I had clear sailing to Sedona. I arrived home promptly at 5PM. The drive, including stops had taken 9 hours.
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    Day 3 Little Wild Horse Canyon

    A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 26, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... and back packs would scrape the walls and in more than one place we were forced to remove our packs and hand them forward as we twisted and slid throught the cracks to gain more space beyond. Sometimes we could see through the dark corridors straight ahead to light at the end of the tunnel that was 100 yards or more away. Other times we could barely see more than 15 or 20 feet ahead and had to get there before we see beyond and what awaited us. We walked on sand, gravel, mud ...

    Day 2 On the River

    A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... hour long visit. The historic accounts and artifacts of Powell's explorations are well documented and presented. There's a rather impressive art display in a seperate room, a dinosaur exhibit, and coincidentally, there was a pottery demonstration going on that afternoon. It was interesting to watch the process by which these beautiful and functional pots are created. And I ran into Pixie, Kbecjeans and two of Noel and Donna's neighbors from Moab. One thing I was looking for ...

    Capitol Reef National Park

    A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 07, 2014

    12 photos

    ... road at the end of the Capitol Gorge, which at worst would have flooded, and at best would turn to mud. The little yellow streak has been intrepid in its adventure drives along the dirt, but that would have been too much for all of us. Instead, we took the 1 mile Hickman Bridge trail, which led us along the foot of a 200 foot high ed rock cliff and up a rock and red sand trail eventually leading to a large natural arch. We could see ...