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We've been very lucky with the weather. It was another beautiful clear morning, mid 50's. We had a wonderful drive on Hwy 12 East through Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, which had eroded sandstone hillsides. Just east of Escalante, we drove through Kaiporwits Plateau. Between Boulder and Grover, we reached an elevation of 9600 feet. Again there was still snow ...
... The table folds down when the bed is opened. There is also a bunk in the ceiling that can be folded down if needed. A very small toilet/shower room and a sink area fill the remaining space. It is very compact and efficient. We met our room attendant Coutnee when we boarded. He explained the "operation" of the lights etc. and left us to get settled in. The first part of our journey was along the Bay and so our left side view was perfect. At noon we went to the dining ...
... we agreed we could live in Vail but not in the parts of Colorado we travelled.
we're from new england and we like green, rather than brown and water over mountains.
we ended at green river, UT for the night at the last room available at the Holiday Inn.
we popped a cork, got comfortable, walked the dog then headed out to a local restaurant with a patio that provided a view of the green ...
I got to I-70 and drove on to Exit 160 and got off of the highway. The RV Park that I had chosen was about a mile from the Interstate. It was an easy find. The town itself is very depressed and shows it by the number of closed and abandoned businesses. I counted five closed gas stations and numerous other closed establishments. The park itself is tired. The restrooms and showers were clean though. I went over to the laundromat last ...
... on vacation in Canada and wasn't expecting us until the following week. Ah. He told us he'd sort us out with some luxury place to stay but in the meantime sent us to dinner at the Ninja japanese restaurant in town.
At the restaurant we were supposed to meet "Raymond" the head honcho, but the restaurant was so busy we just went to get sat at a table. We were sat around a grill that was adjoined to the table, and were with 5 ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Inn Green River
Other places to stay in Green River
1845 E Main St, Green River | 2 star hotelfrom $108
1975 East Main St., Green River | 2 star hotelfrom $99
1117 East Main, Green River | 3 star hotelfrom $84
525 E. I-70 Business Loop, Green River | 1 star hotelfrom $49
60 East Main Street, Green River | Hotelfrom $25