La Quinta Inn & Suites St. George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn & Suites St. George St. George
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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... that are the geology and evolution of this region. This will reveal to you how this area came to be the glorious and wondrous place that it is and how it relates to the world we live in today and in what way it may portend the future.
We can begin with the oldest of geological history which you can easily observe in the Park. The Permian Period (298-254 million years ago [MYA]) was characterized by the fact that the landmasses of the earth were united into ...
... golf courses that can be played year round. Wikipedia reports: "According to the U.S. Census Bureau, [St. George] had the distinction in the late 2000s of having the fastest white population growth in the nation."
My Road Scholar program started this evening with a dinner and an orientation. There are 16 participants who will share a ...
... so that everyone knows we are alive and well...which we are!
Golden Spike National Historic, Promontory, Utah is the location celebrated as the meeting of the Central Pacific Railroad and the Union Pacific Railroad, and the completion of the first Transcontinental Railroad Line. It is at this point where the final "golden" spike was driven. The actual "golden" spike is on display at Stanford University ...
... along the western shoreline of Lake Mead and Las Vegas Bay, and continue on this road for about 56 miles – through Valley of Fire State Park, Overton and Moapa Valley – until we reach I-15. There, we turn northeast and stay on the Interstate for 67 miles. We pass through Mesquite, Nevada – originally settled by Mormon pioneers in 1880. Mesquite motto: Escape, Momentarily. We did. From Mesquite, we cross ...
... eat here again. As we were finished up our meal with a slice of strawberry-rhubarb pie (we all four shared), a band began playing. It was music from the 60-90's, more mellow and very easy to listen to. But if you are downstairs by the band, when they play, conversation is not easy. It made for a great finish to dinner.
Back to the hotel to relax, drink a little wine, and play "Cards Against Humanity". Enough said (my stomach hurt the next day from laughing so much).