Motel 6 Richfield
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... land formations and I LOVE it. I can't stop taking pictures. The plan for tomorrow is to continue driving to Zion National Park, spend a few hours there, and then end in Las Vegas where we'll stay in a hostel that will hopefully be a lot nicer than the one in Denver. It can't possibly get much worse than that... Unless you add cockroaches crawling on us while we're sleeping. Bleh. Anyway, Vegas should be great. Road tripping ...
... to get out yesterday's videos. We tried a cute little coffee shop, but their signal was much too weak to upload anything but we still (perhaps a mistake here...will let you know if either of us gets any sleep tonight!) ordered an iced coffee for their trouble. I am greatly afraid that once again we were into expresso as we perked right up pretty quickly! Leaving Torrey, we were suddenly back into open country with large fields under irrigation. There were rolling hills ...
... are savings a lot of money from not paying for accommodation although. Baby wipe showers seem to be my new mini shower haha! We both have a really good rhythm by now with organising the cooking, choosing cheap options for food, sharing the driving and giggling about the day when we jump into the back of our cosy van to check out the pictures we have taken. I regularly think how lucky I am to have such a perfect travel buddy who has the same ...
... first in the 1960's and then we returned with the family when Jon was a young in about 1992. When we were here then we were in our motor-home and the family ate at a restaurant called the Empire House. While we were driving through Page we decided to see if the Empire House was still there so that we could take a picture of it ...
... tortuous and twisting and Gary always says that he isn't that fond of driving mountain roads (and complains bitterly when I navigate him into yet another mountain range!). The original route to Escalante had been planned so that we didn't do the worst of the roads; but it meant going out of our way and doubling back on ourselves which we hate doing. Plus we had done lots of hairpin bends this trip and we seemed to be doing ok. I ...