Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Washington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 …
... br> It's been a nice day. It's raining again. I love the rain and miss it every summer in Israel, so I'm going to go sit outside on the patio and enjoy it. Tomorrow is going to be a long day. Another hike in Zion, then leaving Utah back down to Las Vegas for a couple of hours to eat dinner and pick up food for Shabbat and then a four hour drive (including driving throug death valley) to a small town called Lone ...
... too incredible to describe in words, or to capture in a photograph or video. Zion National Park would be one of those places. While standing amongst the towering red cliffs and sweeping vistas you feel like a tiny speck of insignificance in a stunning, serene landscape. As Tanya aptly stated, “it’s hard to capture the Everything of it all.” Nevertheless, we tried to document our spectacular hikes and the magnificent scenery with a few (hundred) photographs. ...
... plan and continued to head north to Cedar Breaks National Monument. We missed our turn in Cedar City so ended up driving to Parowan before heading south towards Brian Head which is a neat little ski resort community. We wondered what it would be like when the wide green fields and meadows were filled with snow and skiers. When we finally reached Cedar Breaks, we had driven up to over 10,000 feet in elevation, which will probably the highest we reach on this trip. The ...
... easier than going up I could still feel the strain in my legs. Next up we did the weeping rock "hike" but not sure id call it more than a walk. It took us about 5 minutes to get there and when we did I was more impressed by the views of the canyons than by the actual weeping rock that apparently weeps all year round. We then headed to the river walk which was a nice stroll along the edge of this river, this walk was super busy and in no way strenuous as it is ...