Wingate by Wyndham St. George
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and received a couple of good recommendations. We crossed over the main street and headed into Heritage Square. Besides the great restaurants (The Painted Pony is quite good, although a little pricey as everything is a la carte), there are little boutique shops as well as the little buildings the square is named for. One building was made from the left over stone used to build the St. George Mormon Temple. Others were made from local quarried stone. They are all tiny ...
Sitting at a walmart in hurricane Utah waiting on women shopping is always a treat. Today instead of exploring the trip figured it was better to stretch the legs of the car and head off to Utah which we ended up stopping at Valley of Fire in Nevada, drove through a piece of Arizona and ended up in Springdale Utah at ...
... or atke right and head to Heaven -- Zion National Park.
What the heck, its only 2 or 3 hours more, so we headed to the right and to one of the most beautiful areas of the world -- Zion National Park.
From Lone Rock we drove through the colorfull Pariah red rock country to Kanab, Utah, where we had to make a choice of which route to take to Zion.
One route, to the right, the shortest and most ...
... prickly pear, sand sage and Utah juniper which is the most predominant tree in the southwest. Around 3:45 we turned around and headed back to pick up Omar and Leo.
Once back to the campground the boys and Omar went to the game room for a round of pool and air hockey. Dinner was yummy venison steak from my brother Rick (thanks Rick!!) that we grilled up on the bbq complemented Suzanne's garlic mashed potatoes perfectly.
We decided to stay an ...