Bryce Canyon Inn
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Now the colors became really incredible. The day started cloudy, but later there was a lot of blue sky with some clouds. Temperature was a nice 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (24-27 graden Celsius) which I like much better than the 95-105 degrees of yesterday (35-40 Celsius). First ...
... so we decided to spend the afternoon chilling by the pool & jacuzzi. We headed to Ruby's for dinner, in the other hotel past a load of old cars which we assume were found when hotel built & left. It was fine not a great selection but the steak was wonderful. We got chatting to the waitress about living in Utah as she was from Latvia. It seemed we were right about bars & restaurants, Mormons don't drink & as we talked we realised ...
... sandwiches and a
Bavarian festival doughnut made from cheese curd to go. The cashier told us
that they opened the bakery in 2014 and had been doing really well, which didn’t
surprise us considering the surrounding area was a complete food desert for
hungry hikers on the run.
The road into Zion took us through a dark, mile-long tunnel
that opened up into a rocky canyon. Lucky for ...
... refuel the car and Subway for us! Pushing on we joined route 12 that first took us south towards the northern rim of the Grand Canyon before turning westward from the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument region. Along the route we also travelled through the Dixie National Forest for a long distance and got to our highest point of 9,680 feet. Oxygen please...
We arrived here in Tropic, Utah at 4pm, the journey had taken us about 7.5 hours and we'd covered ...
... We finished up the day with a very informative and humorous talk at the outdoor amphitheater with an astrophysicist from the University of Colorado who is interning at the park for the summer. She did an outstanding job of putting space into perspective. She asked questions like "If the Sun is the size of an orange, how big is Earth?" We guessed grape but it is more like a poppy seed. Throughout the talk I kept saying to Victor, ...