Ramada St George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... more than 15 million followers, the church is headquartered in Salt Lake City. At 86, he’s nine years older than Pope Francis.*** Southern Utah has some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere. And yet, in the seven years I lived in Salt Lake City (1968-1975), I never ventured south of Provo. Doh! What was I thinking? Last year, Sarah and I took a driving trip that included several National Parks in Utah. ...
... have little side dirt trails that lead through local flora (all in bloom) and art installations. There is one unisex public bathroom, with two facilities. It was not unusual to find a line.
We ate lunch at Xetava Gardens Cafe. What a delight! The service was fabulous, the food was wonderful (I ended up eating all of my sandwich just because it was so good even though I should have stopped at half...I just didn't want to waste any ...
... day I'm on the road on this adventure the message becomes clearer and clearer...DON'T WAIT to do those things (travel, or whatever else) you've always wanted to do. Find a way. Tomorrow is not promised to anyone.
I have another observation on a different subject before I return to the subject of the actual travel venues I visited today: Having returned from my several weeks in Canada and now back in the States for a few days again ...
... of the park along the river side in the canyon. We took it to the end then got out and walked the 3.5km Riverside Walk along the bottom of the narrow canyon. We then caught the shuttle back getting out at the Grotto and taking the 1.6km Kayenta Trail connecting with the 1.6km Upper Emerald Pool Trail here we stopped and waited for a bit to see some rock climbers descending but they were taking too long so we headed back down ...
... point into Zion. The temperature in the Great Basin NP campsite when we left this morning was in the mid-60's. At the bottom of the mountain (still early in the morning) it was low 80's. By lunchtime it had climbed to the mid-90's, and the further south we headed the more it kept climbing, reaching 105 by the time we hit I-15. After settling in at the hotel, Ronnie went out to find a charger at a ...