Americas Best Value Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in an amazing room that also had huge windows overlooking the valley/mountains. The restaurant was called Cliffside Restaurant and it was delicious and fantastic, the presentation of each dish was beautiful, and the service was excellent. We then all swam in the pool which was also on the cliff and stayed there for awhile since it was SO HOT (103 degrees) until we retired to our room and sat on the balcony for awhile chatting. Was really fun and ...
... some other families and sit around the fire. Molly and I love getting to know other people on the road, so we stayed and talked to the couple hosting the s'mores night for a while. I later found out that Dean took that opportunity to have 7 s'mores, plus a few more marshmallows and a couple extra graham crackers. I'd say he enjoyed it.
On our last day in the area, Dean and I went out on our own during Iris' nap. That's something I ...
... about road trips...you never know what will occur!
After stopping for lunch at Kneaders in St. George (a must if you are there - the food is scrumptious and they have a bakery for take out), we headed down towards Heritage Square to attend the Art and Craft show. As this is a juried show, the quality is good and the items are crafted, not bought in bulk and resold. There were some amazing artists there and since I have an absolute weakness for owls, I ended up with an ...
... final room. Sadly people had sprayed graffiti and left junk there which hurt the overall effect. We did turn off our flashlights to enjoy the complete darkness of the cave.
We found several special features that needed naming. First Omar found what appeared to be an unexplored cave - it was very tight but we could navigate 10 ft or so. Leo named it "Baba's tunnel". Leo discovered a new way out of the cave and we named it "Leo's passage". In the second ...
... Daniel's performance in the ensemble was excellent as we expected. He also plays Ching Ho in Thoroughly Modern Millie on three other nights. It was like old times seeing Daniel sing and dance on stage - he's so talented! Other surprises were fireworks, horses being rode across the stage and a Model T car which were all part of the stage decor. It was all such a ...