St. George Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... a place to stop near Zion National Park. All went smoothly in getting from the Bellagio in Vegas to the rv rental place, got picked at precisely 12:30 as agreed at the hotel and got to Road Bear RV at 13:00. Took about an hour there to go through everything before we jumped in our 30 foot rv and headed down the road to the local Walmart. Have ...
... a week. Lynn's Great Grandfather was naturalized a citizen back in the day and worked in the Comstock Mine. She's excited to do a bit of research on any records she may find there about him. We also hope to visit Lake Tahoe and the area. It's a new destination for us, so we're excited to check it out.
I hope to post this on Monday when we are in town laundering. See you again soon... And a belated Happy Easter.
... stocked up on food for a few days.It took a while to get back on track, but we did, only to find a FULL sign at the turnoff for the camp grounds. This is a First Come, First Served camping ground so we knew there was a degree of uncertainty, so we were happy to find there were a few sites free. We had our first night on the road.
We walked three walks over our short stay, so will put up a few photos.
... is not a particularly pleasant one, although that has nothing to do with the scenery than the morons who drive selfishly on the two lane I-15 in particular that route. Past Las Vegas the road stays the same, but the drivers calm down. So if you are reading this and considering driving to Vegas from LA for a trip there, then don't. Fly. You'll thank me later.
The desert is a beautiful thing - so barren and yet so peaceful. There's something humbling about ...
... the way down to the Great Salt Lake area. This site was our 100th National Park site visit since we began our full-time adventure. Hopefully the photos give you a taste of what to expect.
Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar City, Utah is a wonderful place to visit in the summer when the temperature is hot in Southern Utah. The drive to the Visitor Center takes just over an hour from our RV Park and we go from ...