Manti Country Village Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... our food was probably 15 minutes. It was a great local place where I imagine most of the town folk walk in and say "i'll have the usual" and the waitress is already writing it down. I had some hot chocolate (because it was 40 degrees outside), a cup of vegetable soup, spaghetti, and a slice of homemade apple pie. We then went to our hotel where we are relaxing and planning our route for tomorrow to Thornton, Colorado.
Until next time- Ryan ...
... South Carolina granddaughter, Ashton Victoria Conner, turned 18 today! Go Ashton!! Serendipitously, she also got the news in today's mail that she as been awarded yet another teaching scholarship to The University of South Carolina! With this one, if she does as we all know she is capable of doing, will hopefully help to insure that when she graduates with a degree in teaching she will come out it it debt free! Yay Ashie!!! Love you loads little one! We drove 133 miles ...
... of all lengths with some that have rocks balancing precariously on top. There are thousands of them ranging in size from 2-45metres (that's higher than a 10 storey building). They also vary in colour from brown,pink,red to yellow even purple. The whole area is called the amphitheater and a viewpoint runs around the top.. so cool . There is only one catch to this amazing place LOUD TOURISTS, Wayne quite often goes into ...
... they rent. Basically, it was just a nice walk along the Virgin River. I could have done just a quarter of a mile. People were in the water enjoying themselves. I just went in to get my feet wet and to get a better picture. The walk back made us tired so we went to the Lodge stop to rest. We sat outside and I bought ice-cream. I talked to a nice lady while her little girls chased a turkey. Den sat in the shade while I went in to the gift shop. When I saw how nice the lobby of the Lodge was ...
When we left vegas we headed for zion national park in Utah.
The roads are big and long and surrounded by desert, with the odd petrol (gas) station and tiny villages along the way. The fee for the park was $25, and there was a campsite right next to the visitor centre. There was also a trail nearby which of course phil wanted to go and investigate. The park already looked amazing.Sheer sandstone cliff faces, some of them bright red.We saw ...