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 …
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I guess we needed to read the fine (etched) print on the sign. We were a little underwhelmed at first, but after looking at it for a few minutes and the lighting changed, we were able to get a better appreciation for what we had walked so far to see. It's also pretty cool that the only way to view it is by hiking in.
The stop back at the river to re-fill water was great and made me feel a little better about ...
... and is prone to flash floods from rainfall 8 miles away. It has large rocks under the water and the water is completely opaque with sediment.
Mark and Joe lent us some proper walking staffs. Grizzly, Blondie, Honey and BooBoo. Essential kit as you are constantly slipping on ricks that you can't see and being tugged by currents and rapids. It was great. There is a Riverside Walk that takes you 1.5 miles ...
We didn't get approved for a permit to hike from top to bottom of The Narrows, so I suggested to the group that we just hike from the bottom up as far as we could go. It's super beautiful and it makes sense that there are so many people packed in there. The river is mostly just above ankle deep and intermittently drops to knee deep. The flow is manageable enough to walk ...
... a diversion and told them Steve was a winemaker, which was of infinitely greater interest to the male half of the Israeli couple than talking about cats. We even had a bottle of Gloria Ferrer (where Steve works) sparkling wine in the car to use as a demo item – perfect!
We moved along and spotted some desert bighorn sheep browsing by the roadside on the limited green vegetation available. We stopped at a viewpoint for the Checkerboard Mesa and saw a young ...