La Quinta Inn & Suites St. George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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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... Texas fell off one of the edges on the South Rim just 3 days ago). In any case, we enjoyed the views and then headed out of the park to St. George, Utah (on our way to Las Vegas). The drive took another 3ish hours, and we ended in St. George - which was such a cute, adorable town that I wished we had planned to stay an additional day here! It's a university town with lots of cute little restaurants and stores. In any case, we got to our hotel ...
... stay on a romantic getaway. So if anyone is reading this, please remind me at some point in the future. I tend to forget these things.
The drive from Bryce to Zion was not bad, even though we had been expecting to drive some serious mountain roads that had recently been snowed on. The roads were clear, but the kids enjoyed seeing the snow on the mountains as we drove by. The memory of this past winter and all its snow and ice is a little ...
... hay, water...and lots of cowboys driving those trucks. Once the caravan was all over on north bound I-15, the caravaning began. The light flashing police car led and trailed the caravan, blocking both lanes so we could not past. At first we thought these were from the Cliven Bundy group (see the news - it is a small range war in this part of Nevada), and the police were escorting them to the Muddy River. But as they passed all the exits, we realized these were the ...
... Suzanne, Marco, Bruno and Hugo went to the gift shop and then on to do a very nice hike called the Hidden Pinyon trail.
Leo was so excited about exploring the caves when we got dropped off at the trail head we headed directly to the bigger of the three lava tubes we could explore. These caves were originally rivers of molten lava. The upper portion of the river cooled and hardened. Then the lower portion flowed out and left the cavern. There is a ...
... dinner we followed Daniel out to the Tuacahn Amphitheater to see Daniel in Disney's Mary Poppins. It was a beautiful drive with views of spectacular red rock along the way. Red rock cliffs also provided a dramatic backdrop for the stage. Daniel was able to provide us with comp. seats - front and centre 6 rows back. We were so lucky. Mary Poppins was a ...