Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Washington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Washington
Very nice place. Hard to find and address wasn't in our new GPs yet, but it was worth the search for it.
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... erode away down to sand. There is no other place in the world like Bryce Canyon. Even just a few miles away, you can a plateau that hasn’t eroded the way that Bryce has. That is because the other plateau is at a much higher elevation (10K feet), so the snow doesn’t melt to cause fins. Bryce is constantly changing.
Bill and Ben meet up with us…they are soaking wet and don’t smell great. Also, Ben almost went over ...
... at the Temple of Sinawava at the end of a deep canyon. In wetter weather, the Virgin River would cascade over the towering canyon walls, but today it provided picturesque rapids for us to photograph. The Park is quite lush at this time of year with bright green spring growth contrasting beautifully with the red of the rock formations.
... him awake.
We headed out to Zion National Park.
This is a beautiful park in south Utah with huge coloured
cliffs, verdant gardens and a river.
Unfortunately due to our late start we could only drive
through quickly with 2 photo stops.
The highway 9 that runs through the park is a stunning
drive. It passes the Rami camera test- he only gets his camera out for special
... and I! We met two ladies in the adventure hire shop also embarking on the Narrows. More of them later. With my previous weeks knowledge we revisited the liquor store where one feels like an alcoholic as they wrap the bottle in brown bags and dined at Oscars on the terrace. So good to eat outside late October. So the next day dawned and as we kitted ourselves out I did wonder if all the effort was going to be worth it. How wrong I was. Where else in the world do ...
... misjudged a rock that I thought was stable and went down! Fortunately, this water was really shallow. My knees screamed a bit, but no harm was done. Later, I was trying to get through what had been a clear pool earlier in the morning when I misjudged the stability of a rock again. This time I went down to my upper thighs in some very muddy water. Fortunately, I was able to wash off the mud in some clearer water downstream where no one was walking. Thank goodness for my Columbia ...