Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Washington
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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A 209-mile trip today that took us from the decadence of Las Vegas through Nevada, a little corner of Arizona, and into the natural wonders of Utah. Delayed by roadwork that turned a beautiful two-lane road with an 80 mile speed limit (yay Utah!) into a one lane stop-and-go traffic jam, we decided to visit Zion National Park before checking into …
... down towards its demise. Several people witnessed the event and gave their condolences. After a few moments, we collected our thoughts and trekked on. Didn't need that dumb thing anyway. We stopped and ate our lunch in silence then headed back to the Zion Lodge entrance point. Shopped in the little gift shop for a bit then decided we deserved a beer at the Brew House. Jeanne had a great pumpkin ale and I had a hefenweisen. Delicious! Hot pretzel ...
... Lodge which as been here since the 1920's. Across the road the Emerald Pool Trail, a hike of .5 miles and .5 miles back has some great views. Next is The Grotto with views of the Great White Throne, 6,744 ft. or 2,200 ft above where we're standing.
The weeping rock is also about .5 mile hike to a wall that shed water from a shear face rock wall. The last stop, and the end of the park ...
... Some guys came back who had obviously been canyoning & they were commenting on how the rangers had been unreasonable although they acknowledged they had done something wrong. They were expecting a fine, but the rangers came & just drove away. Interesting stuff.
The trail is rated as moderate, and it was quite easy. There were places where the trail wasn't very wide with no railing or barrier and quite a drop. A lot of it is steps cut out of the rock or tracks ...
... is a well organized Park and the attraction is the Canyon that has been cut into the Navajo Sandstone by the Virgin River. No private cars are aloud into the Canyon. There is a bus shuttle service that runs from 7.00 till 20.00 every 4 minutes back and forth and it is inclusive in the entrance fee into the park. So one can hop on and off as many times during the day while doing the various hikes. Today it was drizzling most of the day and we are glad we did the ...