SpringHill Suites Cedar City
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... in St. George for fast food. Then it was back on the road to Cedar City, where we would stop for the night. We had chosen the Comfort Inn and Suites for its decent price and included hot breakfast. It was a nice hotel and a very good value. Unfortunately, it was also quite noisy with slamming doors all night long. We also had young children in the room above us running around at midnight. I'd still recommend this hotel. I think we were just unfortunate that night.
... Here, the river swoops off to the right while the craggy rocks above paint patterns in the sky. From here, it is easy to see two of the famous areas of the park - Angels Landing and the Great White Throne. After having our breath taken away by the beauty around us, we jumped back on the bus bound for our next stop - the aptly named Weeping Rock. It was a very steep, but thankfully short climb up to a large mouth-shaped hollow in the rock. It was a devastatingly ...
... We entered in through the Grotto trail, so we could have a longer hike. The kids pushed us on, so we were able to make it to all 3 pools; Upper, Middle and Lower. The last hike we snuck in was short and sweet, but very similar to the stair stepper in a gym. The Weeping Rock. There is a constant drip of water out of this cliff face due to the way the soils settled years ago and formed layers while turning into stone. With a water source constant ...
Today was probably the most awestruck day we've had scenery wise, & we've seen Niagara Falls, the Overseas Highway & the Grand Canyon!!! Headed into Zion Nat Park after breakfast, they have hop on/hop off shuttle buses running everyone up the gorge & we stopped at several spots & went on several little walking trails. Jaw dropping cliffs & mountains, I don't even know how to describe it, just look at the photos ...
... style dining room with all the hats and paraphernalia up on the walls. We were met by a cowboy who's grand father was the original Sheriff of the town of Knab. It is also the place where a lot of Weston movies were filmed and the likes of John Wayne and his ilk were filming. We all were allocated apart in a show called" How the West was Lost". Andrew was a soldier and I was an Indian. We walked through a room where we were allocated our headress and props and ...