Best Western Coral Hills
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... grill, but we were surprised and lucky that is was the roof-mounted AC cover that had deteriorated and then exploded into hundreds of pieces when it hit the pavement. Good start.... We made some calls whenever we had cell service to find a new cover and found that it wasn't likely to happen in Vegas and that it would probably be okay to travel like that and pick one up later.
Only an hour or two later we found that the scooter ...
Zion National Park Left the car in the car park at Springdale and caught the free shuttle into the park. We stopped at the Visitor Ctr and watched the slightly cheesy but informative orientation video. We planned to do 2 walks, the first the Emerald Pools which allowed us to view pools fed by overhead seepage on three different levels of the Canyon. The walk took about 2 hours and ...
... Snow Canyon State Park is named this not because of weather, but for the Snow brothers who were early pioneer settlers in this area. Like the area surrounding St. George, the Snow Canyon is flanked by these huge red rock cliffs. Once we got into the park we found an area to have a picnic lunch. While there we met a man who is local and as a boy remembers herding cows in the canyon that is now the state park. I asked him if Zion was similar ...
... get more beautiful. My biggest complaint is I wish you could see what my eyes are seeing and not what my camera lens is seeing. Today we drove up to Kalob Mountain via Kalob Terrace Road that runs up the west side of Zion NP. The road was about 30-35 miles, paved, and dead ends at Kalob Reservoir. After you reach the top of the Mesa it is unlike any we have seen. Big evergreen trees, wide open ...
... is true, an adult amusement park for sure! Verification, torture, Mark cannot take cities. In fact, you even have to be buzzed into the restrooms in Vegas. The Mojave Desert is between Vegas and our destination. It is HOT... water is key. The trip through Texas taught us a few things; stop frequently, drink water and stay cool. We purchased "cool headbands" which you soak in ice water. The cold water is absorbed by gel beads in the band and stay cold for ...