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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Price
... of mountains in this area of Utah and have to salute the American highway engineers for the great highways we traveled on. We passed by Park City which was the site of the Winter Olympics in 2002 hosted by Salt Lake City, before swinging east to our overnight stopover at Price. This area has many coal mines and is home to Utah Mining. Most photos were shot from moving vehicle so not up to usual ...
... may not pass" but, I could be wrong here since it is not written in Spanish! I stopped in at a trading post just to see the wares. There are a funny couple of grumpy old guys running the place. The first thing out of their mouths is "we sell real Indian jewelry, not that **** they sell at Four Corners!" This is especially comical because these grumpy old men look pretty darn white to me and the folks I saw at Four Corners look very much Native ...
... We're now heading generally south & are back in Utah. Again we are avoiding the cities and searching out National Forests & National Parks. We're heading towards Capitol Reef NP and then on to Bryce NP, a highight of our trip in 2011. We aim to be back in Ridgecrest about 19 August, a few days before Isen's birthday.
Best wishes to you all
Glen & Dave
... we realized why the peddling had been tough. We both believed that we were peddling on relatively flat ground and that it was the altitude that was sapping our strength. Nope. We had ridden up a gradual incline. All of the small mounds of dirt we had to ride across and around on our way up became berms. All of the obstacles that halted forward progress became ramps to jump over on the trip down. With huge smiles on our faces, we charged down the "flow" trail at top speed, whooping ...
... is that one these planets contain life (aliens). According to Professor Stephen Hawking this could range from a green algae like sludge, to a cosmic ball of gas, the possibilities are virtually endless. So, next time you get a chance to get away from the city lights look up at the stars, appreciate their beauty, but wonder, what's in the black ...