Temple View Lodge

Address: 260 E 400 N, Manti, Utah, 84642, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 260 E 400 N, Manti.
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      Travel Blogs from Manti

      Meadow Hot Springs to Zion

      A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Jul 24, 2014

      6 photos

      ... three hot water springs in lovely pools,
      they told us. After carefully following there instructions we arrived at this
      parking lot in the middle of nowhere in farmland and about 15km on dirt road.
      Another fantastic find. As it happened to be an overcast day with occasional
      drizzle it was much more enjoyable to laze around in hot water. As camping at
      that place was not allowed we drove on to Parowan and overnighted ...

      Beautiful Canyons

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Oct 04, 2013

      17 photos

      ... others there to eventually die of thirst, with the river in sight but out of reach 2000 feet below.

      After attempting to take in the stunning views, we headed back to the visitor centre and car. With a few hours of daylight still left and no spaces at this campsite, we decided to drive on and make up a few more miles. We eventually settled on Millsite State Park campsite, which was really in the middle of nowhere but next to a lake. We pitched up, fed ourselves and crawled in to ...

      Day 3 Dead Horse State Park & Canyonlands National

      A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 13, 2013

      11 photos

      ... all the while they were being pulled by the bumps. So if you go: no earrings and bring water that you can strap on-they bring water but only for the stops. Also insist on a helmet- I had asked for one and they told me I didn't need it. Well yeah if you don't turn over.
      I took a pain killer before I went to bed so that my poor rattled bones wouldn't keep me awake all night.. This is probably the craziest thing I've ever done but I enjoyed it.

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      When disaster strikes

      A travel blog entry by caryn.solomon on May 13, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... her head around calling dispatch to tell them our location instead of trying to Google it. When our tow truck hero called, he instantly knew our location and had no problem finding us. By the time he showed up we had eaten our bug filled dinners and were many shots in. Chris was a good sport and said we were the most amusing customers of the night. Total success!! Once the car was safe, camp was done, fire was roaring, and tequila ...

      My AmeriCorps assessment

      A travel blog entry by peacelovetravel on May 31, 2012

      1 photo

      On April 18th I sent in my completed Americorps application, beginning the process of NCCC acceptance. A week later I received a letter telling me how to schedule my application assessment. I was terrified to call, thinking it was going to be my phone interview so I put it off for a couple days. Finally I gathered my courage and called the hotline and was surprised to find out that this was only scheduling the day they would review my application. ...