Sun Time Inn
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Thursday 3 March 2016
Today is our first major drive day some 470 miles to St George. It takes about 7 hours with only one toilet and fuel stop on the way. St George is in Utah and the gateway to various National Parks which is what our next plan of action is to explore.
St George itself has a lot of Outlet …
... awesome views. The RV park we are staying at is surrounded with high red cliffs with mountains in the other direction. We were lucky enough to get one of the Indian tours to Antelope Canyons tomorrow,
so stay tuned.
A few interesting facts: 1. Diesel gas is less expensive than unleaded gas in this area by $.20/gallon. 2. Each town puts the first letter of its name on the nearby mountain. [Watch for the H on the Mountain for Hurricane, ...
... Native American name “Mukuntuweep”, which means “straight canyon”, to describe the spectacular canyon along the upper Virgin River. Photographs and drawings from Powell’s expedition ignited the public’s interest in these magnificent canyons, rounded domes, arches, and monoliths. This spurred the eventual protection of the area in 1909 when the region became “Mukuntuweap National Monument”. The name was not popular with the ...
... Mike got here. We ate and then John and I did some laundry and they took a walk. At the end of the day, all is good. They were lucky to find someone to fix their RV so fast (it was the starter) and they didn’t charge them an arm and a leg. So the adventure continues. We will tour Zion National Park tomorrow. It is supposed to be 97 degrees tomorrow, so we are planning on leaving early to beat the ...
... it to the Grand Canyon in about 3-4 hours. Just before we made it there, we went through the Kaibab National Forest where we saw a bunch of wild buffalos. Then, we entered the North Rim part of the Grand Canyon. The first thing we saw was the North Rim Lodge - it had the most AMAZING views of the Grand Canyon - a huge room with floor to ceiling windows and then you could go out on cliff-like edges to take amazing photos. I stayed near the ...