Washington School House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... leading into the park is beautiful.
This park has reddish coloured rocks and many interesting formations. It has many Arches and also many windows ( which are arches in the making). They ...
... else I might be able to go, seeing as it was pretty late and the other hostel was a 2 hour walk away, and again got greeted as if I ****** in his face. There were a couple of guys in the hostel that said they would just let me in to crash there, but with all the security cameras I refused to stay in some Big Brother esque prison with a **** in charge! Those guys did kinda sympathise with my situation, and offered me a ride halfway to the other hostel, by which point ...
... around in the mall I spot an Apple store and decide to do something I've always claimed I would never do: Buy an iPhone. All other excuses aside, my Galaxy S3 has been freezing on my 10 times daily and I'm sick of it. As I really don't feel like setting it up again, just give me the simple iPhone already. At least while I'm here I can save some money on it. Yes I know: all of you are waiting to shout your "I've told you so"'s, they'll have to wait until I'm back.
We realized yesterday, while on our way to Yosemite, that we didn't have quite as much time as we thought we did. Unfortunately, that means that we have to cut out both the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. As of today, it put our trip on the fast track for Atlanta. Today, we drove through northern Nevada to Salt Lake City, Utah (actually, Park City, which is just outside of Salt Lake). The most interesting part ...
... received by all.
25 in our tour group ended their tour in SLC.
The pictures from Bryce Canyon to Grand Canyon will show off some of the geological wonders we have in the US. One of the wonderful surprise not on our itinerary on the second half of this tour was our stop at Seligman, Arizona, on the old Route 66. The pictures will have to tell the "story." The "old-timers" will really appreciate it.