St. George Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... City, Utah, it is a side trip worth taking, and the Park Ranger gives an excellent and informative presentation.
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... but also to make it to the end to see the Hidden Pinion as yesterday they had to stop before the end. In addition, part of Suzanne's lesson plan for the boys is to do nature study and drawing. So we carried all their drawing books and colored pencils on the hike.
We all enjoyed the nature study and learned about the plants and geology. The views are just breathtaking with the mix of the huge red cliffs, ...
... of local rock. Lynne & I stayed here in 1994 on a trip, there have been a few changes since then! Then it's a 2 hour drive to St George to check into a hotel the girls chose, The Inn a Entrada. OMG what a beautiful place. The girls first saw this place in the movie High School Musical 2, with much of the film filmed around the hotel. We're in 1702 a villa overlooking ...
... mile day hikes you know!!! As it happens the parking was only half full and I only saw about 20 people on the trail which was enough to be sociable on a Sunday morning but not so many that you give up saying hello and having a chat.
The Utah scenery has lost none of its power to amaze me – towering sandstone cliffs and deep canyons offset by delicate spring flowers in unseasonably warn spring weather. It is pointless trying to describe the ...