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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Clean, friendly with comfortable room. Only one low-flying helicopter! Would stay there again.
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... Bryce Canyon & Zion, all with amazing rock formations but all different in their own way. A huge country with huge landscapes.
Another 10 days here with the family and then to Rarotonga for a few days before the reality of NZ winter hits!
Love to you all
Glen & Dave
... which melted 20,000 years ago, sheared off the interlocking spurs of the pre-existing river valley sides (thus turning the valley from a V shape to a dramatic U). We undertook 2 spectacular four hour walks (commercially AKA 'hikes'), on the consecutive days - 1 encompassing the pine forests, glacial meadows and rocky waterways of the valley floor, all the while dwarfed by the hanging, snow capped granite faces extending 5000 feet above us, and the other ...
... 1085;но суров 99;ми, пейза 78;ами – красн 99;ми скала 84;и, узким каньо 85;ом-кор идоро 84;, скали ...
... mountains farther north were open, but required chains on all tires. There was no way across the mountains for us that did not require an extended drive. The passes were going be closed for several days. We had to give up on Yosemite.
Now what to do. The only choice was to go south. We headed south driving through the snow for a number of miles. Once the snow stopped along the road, the clouds still hung ...
... oh my god, we see a car just every 30 minutes, plus, it is HOT!! And not even TRONA, the only settlement of human being in an 80 mile radius, has gasoline...just diesel XD
But we are still in good mood, enjoying Marlboro in the desert.
I remember a saying by an American writer whose name I don't remember anymore:
"Who goes to the middle of the USA can find out what is ...