Comfort Inn & Suites Fillmore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Fillmore
Older hotel. We stayed on the 2nd floor, no elevator. It was clean. Basic. Comfortable beds.Good air conditioning.
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... saw the remains of ancient, volcanic lava flows that went on for miles, sand dunes, and sagebrush covered areas with some grazing cattle scattered about. (I'm not sure what they were grazing on.). I'm still in awe of the always changing scenery of the U.S. countryside.
We also took a tour of the Territorial Statehouse and State Park Museum and learned some very interesting facts ...
Capitol Reef National Park, Torrey, Utah. This portion of Utah is actually formed by a giant buckle in the Earth's crust that stretches across south-central Utah for over one hundred miles. It is, in reality, called the Waterpocket Fold. Capitol Reef National Park preserves the Fold and its eroded jumble of colorful cliffs, massive domes, soaring spires, stark ...
... kept the town alive during the 1980s and 1990s, until the recent revival of copper mining.
O/N in Delta, Utah. During World War II, after the attack on Pearl Harbor, thousands of Japanese-Americans were gathered up and placed in internment camps with the intention of protecting military installations from espionage. One of these camps was located near Delta.
Tomorrow - cross back into Colorado.
L'últim vespre que vàrem estar al parc Bryce Canyon, vàrem fer un foc maquíssim després de sopar– amb tot el què comporta de buscar branques, etc - ens vàrem asseure al voltant i, vàrem torrar marshmallows punxats amb branques que havíem preparat amb el nostre fantàstic ganivet suís. El cel era tan clar i tan ple d’estrelles! L’endemà, caminada dels Navajos, comiat ...
... they first came through in 1775, but the first European-Americans to attempt settlement in the area were the Mormon Elk Mountain Mission in 1855, who soon abandoned the area. Ranchers, farmers, and prospectors later settled Moab in the neighboring Riverine Valley in the 1880s. Word of the beauty in the surrounding rock formations spread beyond the settlement as a possible tourist destination.
The Arches area was first brought to the attention of the National Park Service ...