The INN At St.George
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe INN At St.George St. George
Friendly staff who were helpful upon check in. Hotel is a little dated but has been well maintained and kept clean. Room was spacious and spotlessly clean. Would stay again.
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$71 Hikes at Zion: Canyon Overlook Trail - 1 mile Lower & Upper Emerald Pool Tail - 1.1 mile Kayenta Trail - 1 mile Riverside Walk Trail - 2.2 mile
We were on the road by 748am. Of course we had lofty ideas about being on the road by 7am but 48 mins wasn't too bad by our usual standards. Packing for a road trip is different than packing for a flight - we've finally mastered the latter surviving on little more than hand luggage for 2 week trips to Europe. With a road trip, the temptation to …
... took us about two and a half hours. Not bad for a couple of whatevers... You decide.
After lunch, we took a run into St. Geo to pick up a throw for the couch to omit the "skin sticking phenomenon" caused by wearing shorts in the lovely warm weather. We also stopped by Albertson's to shop and get Lynn some more Monopoly tickets. She got three and I got several more by being very friendly and interested in ...
... saw beautiful mountains and ridges, the river, and plants and animals. Most of the walls of the canyon are sheer walls rising out of the canyon. The guide said that when the weather is cooler, many rock climbers scale the walls. He said you can sit and watch the many people try to get to the top. That would be fun.
Stupid people must feed the animals, even though there are signs everywhere telling you not to do it. In fact, there is ...
... is the Utes. In my days at the U, our sports teams were known as the Runnin’ Redskins. That ended in 1972, when some colleges and universities, under political pressure, voluntarily changed their nicknames from what are now considered ethnic slurs. Among the other universities changing nicknames: the Stanford Indians became the Cardinal; the St. John's University Redmen became the Red Storm; and Miami ...