La Quinta Inn & Suites St. George
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... dam is the Colorado River. The dam's generators provide 4.2 billion kilowatt hours of hydroelectric power each year for public and private utilities in Nevada, Arizona and California. Power generation isn't the dam's only purpose. It also provides flood control, water storage and recreation. The art-deco design dam was built during the Great Depression at a cost of $49 million. More than 100 workers died during ...
... stages (local kids and adult groups) and there was food and drink wagons aplenty. We all walked away with at least one package under our arms.
Since we were already in the area, we wandered in and out of the little stores that abut the park area where the show was held. You can find antiques, homemade ice cream, photographers, and good old semi-junk stores. We never felt pressured and the sales people were friendly, something not often found today. We also asked ...
... maintained trail and good views. As we got further along there were even better views although the path became deeply sandy. We saw prickly pear, cacti, sand sage and lots of little animal prints. The view of the red rock and red sand was great, enhanced by the fact we were the ONLY ones there. We wound through huge "walls" of rock All along the trail there were numbered posts that explained what the desert plants were including Mormon tea, desert ...
Today was a travel day from Salt Lake City (Draper area) to South West Utah. Our original plan was to visit the Zion National Park but our friends in Congress have other ideas about that and have shut it down. Our new plan is to check out the state parks in the same area. Two of them look the most interesting: Snow Canyon and Sand Hollow. Both parks are as close to us at our KOA we were ...
... of days with our friend, Daniel, performing. As we motored down the highway, we noticed the Valle Mountains to the east and the Pahvant Mountains to the south. We passed Cove Fort north of Beaver. We stopped for fuel at the Flying J: 37.5 gals @ $3.999 gal totaling $150.00. Cedar City looked like a pretty town and this is where we saw a red life sized lighthouse. Near Hurricane we saw a huge Walmart distribution centre. We also saw Nucor Wire Products. We arrived at ...