Capitol Reef Inn & Cafe
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Oandb stayed here on Sep 4, 2005 during their trip titled: US SouthWest National Parks and canoe-trip in Algonquin, Canada.
Sunday 15th August
Last night was our first night when the temperature has been cool since we arrived 3 weeks ago. Bed covers were needed for the first time and no necessity for air-conditioning at any time. A pleasant change. The morning too was surprising; the skies were clear as usual, but there was a steady …
Saturday 14th August
From desert to greenery
Our last day in Moab – a place we'd highly recommend – breakfast at the diner, followed by an hour’s drive to the Canyonlands NP entrance, the northern end, Island in the Sky. Yesterday’s trip to the Needles end had been interesting (and knackering), but in the …
Capitol Reef La route nous menant de Bryce à Capitol Reef est très surprenante. Considérée comme une des plus belle route "Scenic Raod" des États-Unis, la route 12 nous laisse voir de merveilleux paysages. Elles est très sinueuse, grimpe à plus de 9600 pieds, passe au travers de montagnes, etc. Bref, une route parfaite pour les amateurs de conduite …
... yet, we take the pictures because they are not the same. There are both stunning differences and subtle difference. A lot of the park is on Rte 24 and that is also the site of an early Mormon community named Fruita. You will see pictures of the school and that finally closed in 1941 due to falling enrollment. There are several orchards the Mormons planted and you can go in a pick fruit. There is one original ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
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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