Best Western Coral Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it really was incredibly beautiful. You could see we were in the neighbourhood of the Grand Canyon. Then we entered the south of Utah, same beautiful scenery. After a long day driving we decided to have a good dinner. And it was .... A restaurant named The Painted Pony. Excellent food, some pictures added. Tomorrow a nice drive through Zion National Park and a short sightseeing at Bryce Canyon. Not enough time to explore it properly but you need a reason to go back again ...
... set up the camper. Mommy took the kids to the pool and Daddy went to the grocery store. We all made new friends. When we finished swimming we went back to the camp site and Daddy had a little surprise for us. He got us walking sticks for our hikes tomorrow and Wednesday. We rode our bikes. It was very fun. The roads look like a race track because they are shaped like a race track. We saw lots of RV's. We ...
... the cliff. Then we went to the weeping rock Jessie was being sooky about walking so we called it Jessie rock. Then we walked from the last stop into the narrows the narrows weren't very narrow maybe 5 meters wide but the water was very cold and it was all water. We are staying in a town called hurricane tonight... Sounds risky to ...
... since last October, so I have a bit of tenderness in my left heel. So it goes.
We had the remainder of the taco salad for dinner and, of course, it was great. The weather has been good and we're happy. What more could one ask?
On Sunday morning we went to Mass at St. George's Church in St. George proper. The church was packed, as Easter is so often. A lot of folks go on Easter Sunday just ...
... States. Neither of us enjoy rock climbing, so we will leave that sport to others. The rock formations are very interesting, as they pop up in the middle of nowhere. The reserve also straddles portions of the historic "California Trail" and preserves the most intact and authentic setting of that trail, which in 1852 alone saw 52,000 pioneers on their way to the California gold fields. Many of them left their names written in ...