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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... It was one of the best cycling days we've had - just challenging enough to be exciting, but not terrifying. The bikes we had were wonderful - big 29" wheels and full suspension - considerably more expensive than ours back home, and they handled all the rocks and drop offs easily. To finish off ...
The drive there was very scenic and we had to climb a mountain that was almost 10,000 feet high. It was a beautiful ride through the Dixie National Forest. We saw red, gray and brown canyons and beautiful meadows. It’s amazing what you see when you get off the freeways and drive where the locals live and shop and play. We also saw a few hoodoos on the way. The Paiute ...
... afternoon. Again, though, as soon as the sun starts to go lower in the sky, it cools off rapidly. Had a cocktail at Tim and Janice's home (for sale), then went to Players Grill for dinner. Grammy night, so watched some before off to night night. Back on the road tomorrow. End up in Flagstaff tomorrow night.
... never mind knew people who did such crazy things like traveling and running.
Fast forward almost 19 years. I'd just turned 30 and was having that "what am I doing in my life?" moment. I'd worked/traveled a lot in my 20s....but really hadn't accomplished much other than packing on about 30 lbs. since college. So, I'd put my name in the lottery for the NYC Marathon in April. Never mind I hadn't run ...
Awake early we packed up and hit the road. Continuing south for a bit before heading east, we began entering Death Valley. The roads were long and the landscape was dramatically full of nothing. It was very windy and we had a lot of sand and dust blowing across the road in whirly patterns which was quite eerie.
We stopped at a viewpoint which we walked up to for sweeping views across the rocky deserty lands. Basically lots of dry rock. But some pretty ...