Capitol Reef Inn & Cafe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapitol Reef Inn & Cafe Torrey
A wonderful stay in this very convenient inn. The room was large and confortable, the breakfast was delicious (strongly recommend the pancakes !), and so close to Bryce Canyon. Recommend it !
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... ghost town. The Park Service keeps the history of the town alive by maintaining a few historic buildings including the one room school house built in 1896. Visitors can stop and pick the fruit, Since we did not stop and I was sorry that we didn't, I looked up a bit about the town. Wish we had pictures of this lovely spot.
... with another couple. He took photos for a living and she had taken up photography in self-defence. They were hoping to go to Wales the following year as he had been told that it was stunning. We replied that it was very green and could be wet; very different from the views around Utah!
We found the parking for the trailhead by the river and slotted into the final gap. Everyone else had obviously been early. It is possible to walk the length of ...
... In this jacket, I was sufficiently protected from the cold in Utah anywhere the jacket touched me. Mr Cowboy wore a t-shirt last night and drove with the window down. This is acclimation at work. Told him he probably wouldn't like Australia. The heat and humidity would kill him.
Onto the far more interesting topic of today's drive to Torrey!! :-D
If only Hertz knew the things I was getting up to with their rental ...
... in this time, and if successful, may have to wait a couple of years before he can apply again ... which is probably ok as 200lb of elk meat will last him that long!
Coming through Bignall, we stopped at the cute little State Liquor Store, which is the only place to buy liquor stronger than 3%25 beer in Utah. There are no bars in Utah as ...
... trails on BLM land. The first was at Mill Canyon to see dinosaur bones along a short walking trail (review here: http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserRevi ews-g60724-d4156400-r170473530-Mill_Can yon_Dinosaur_Trail-Moab_Utah.html). The second was at Copper Ridge to see dinosaur footprints. These two areas were so interesting and really captured our imagination looking at the arid desert landscape ...