La Quinta Inn & Suites St. George
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The ride was about 5 hours long. It was pretty boring, but we had survived more than this(8 hour ride from NJ to Niagara Falls - East Coast Trip). The hotel was very nice, and, since we were so tired, we immediately fell asleep. We continued to stay in this hotel while we were in Utah.
... early-avoiding the first crush of crowd that begins piling up just before opening hour. What is most remarkable about these parks us that it's possible to venture by car or ATV or bike or by foot down a path that nobody else is on. Nay and I found a little road in Bryce that we ventured on fir over an hour without seeing a single person. We were quite alone among red bluffs and spires (hoodoos in canyon-speak), a dry stream ...
... from the waterfall but its nice and refreshing. We decide to take an alternative route back. The Kayenta Trail leads to the Grotto picnic area. We see even more stunning scenery. It's a little less even underfoot than the paved section of the trail, but we are in our trusty flip flops carrying two children and its fine. Some people, in contrast, are out in all their hiking gear with their double poles and camelbaks looking like they are about ...
... Easy paved trail along the Virgin River. No sun and mid-forties made it a really, really cold walk!
Weeping Rock Trail
Very short, up-hill ...
... it. Over the next days we visited Patti’s daughter ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
This hotel was amazing. Everything was so clean and in it';s place. I especially enjoyed the cookies given at the front desk! Wonderful hospitality.
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