National 9 Inn

Address: 50 S 700 E, Wellington, Utah, 84542-9738, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 50 S 700 E, Wellington.
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          Bear Lake and Price Canyon

          A travel blog entry by shegrud on Jun 22, 2015

          56 photos

          One of the bests days of the trip. You cannot beat our morning view with the valley and lake, and a short drive later we see the Tetons standing tall in the bright morning sun. Our ending destination was at Price Canyon Recreation Area, which if you are looking for a small campground off map and in the middle of no where then this is the spot for you.

          On the way we stopped in Afton and ate lunch at the Salt River Grill, I was in the mood for ...

          Day 14: Provo to Price

          A travel blog entry by fimonster on Jun 14, 2015

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... were lots of helper trains which help the trains climb. Lovely views and clear skies. Temp in the mid 30s. Amazing descent for 8 miles through the canyon. Some construction work with big trucks passing and not much shoulder but worked out ok. Had a sandwich in Helper a little town of about 2000. They all seemed to be in one cafe- balance rock eatery. Good fill as was feeling the sun. Now in Price. Kettie and I have prepared for tomo...big day in ...

          Day 22 - Farmington, NM to Wellington, UT

          A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Aug 27, 2014

          41 photos

          Good morning Farmington! The suspense builds as I head over to the window to see just how wet I am going to get riding today.......not at all! Nice and sunny out! My bike looks pretty wet from last night but it looks like I'll have a clear day of riding.

          Quick little continental breakfast at the hotel plus the smallest cinnamon roll I have ever seen. Well, can't expect too much from a free breakfast, I guess. On the road with today's destination ...

          Idaho into Utah

          A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 29, 2014

          47 photos

          ... the fire came over the top of the mountain two years earlier. We drove through an interesting lava rock outcropping that looked just like one on the big island of Hawaii. We finally got to potato land across all of southern Idaho and were surprised to see all of the crops being irrigated. We did not think of this area as particularly arid but it must be We saw what appeared to be a few feed lots with ...

          The last few days

          A travel blog entry by mudhntrtravels on Aug 01, 2013

          ... experienced over the past few days, we left late at night. I-70 was fairly deserted when we got on, at times we were the onvehicle in sight. However if the interstate was deserted, route 128 into Moab was desolate. We went 1 hour without seeing another vehicle. No houses, no people, no cars and no help if we broke down. Fortunately, the rover didn't let us down and we arrived in Moab at 12:30 pm. We were grungy, but after a quick shower we were off to bed for a few hours...more to ...