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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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 …
... at the park. We ended up getting up a little later than planned because we all slept much better than anticipated (this may have been due to the warmer weather conditions or to the ear plugs that we picked up in Chinatown). Nonetheless we packed up our things, drove one minute to park in the visitors’ center, and hopped on the shuttle bus to take us to the Temple of Sinewava where the trailhead for the Narrows begins. So I know I called this ...
... camera/video. It takes high definition photos and videos that she can make her movies from. While standing and enjoying the amazing scenery, the GoPro slipped from its attachment on her backpack strap, hit the ground once, then twice, then plummeted over the edge of the cliff rim into the Emerald Pool (aka green algae pond) below. I didn't see it happen but I heard the 2 bounces then an "oh ****" and I knew exactly what happened. Jeanne stood ...
... s pocket! We shooed them away, but it did little good. We finally had to get away from them and walked over to the base of Angel's Landing just to say that we had actually touched the chains. :)
I had read a post from TripAdvisor's Kbecjeans that suggested we continue north along the West Rim Trail for awhile for additional views with less people around. And fewer people there were! In fact, I think we only saw a total of 8-10 people while we hiked up another 500 feet ...
... In all the parks so far, yes accommodation in the park had been booked, but there has always been numerous chain hotels and motels just outside the parks...not for Yellowstone!! Almost everything within an hours drive of any of the entrances was booked. The net result of all this was we didn’t leave to go to Zion until about 4pm.
When we got to the park we got a shuttle to the furthest part ‘up canyon’ - Temple of Sinawava where we ...