Ramada St George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about the shuttle system is that we can get off at one stop and take a trail to another. Using the shuttle, we are able to leap-frog stops taking trails from one stop to another then the shuttle to another stop, etc. This way, we can take in the sights and features we most highly desired to see.
If one did nothing else but ride the shuttle up and back, the trip would be about 80 minutes. A stop at the Zion Human History Museum was worth watching the 22 minute ...
... 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 ...
... in an amazing room that also had huge windows overlooking the valley/mountains. The restaurant was called Cliffside Restaurant and it was delicious and fantastic, the presentation of each dish was beautiful, and the service was excellent. We then all swam in the pool which was also on the cliff and stayed there for awhile since it was SO HOT (103 degrees) until we retired to our room and sat on the balcony for awhile chatting. Was really fun and ...
Zion National Park Left the car in the car park at Springdale and caught the free shuttle into the park. We stopped at the Visitor Ctr and watched the slightly cheesy but informative orientation video. We planned to do 2 walks, the first the Emerald Pools which allowed us to view pools fed by overhead seepage on three different levels of the Canyon. The walk took about 2 hours and ...
... about road trips...you never know what will occur!
After stopping for lunch at Kneaders in St. George (a must if you are there - the food is scrumptious and they have a bakery for take out), we headed down towards Heritage Square to attend the Art and Craft show. As this is a juried show, the quality is good and the items are crafted, not bought in bulk and resold. There were some amazing artists there and since I have an absolute weakness for owls, I ended up with an ...