BEST WESTERN Red Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We drove 45 miles to the Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim). It was snowing and very cold. The drive took us through miles of burnt forest from horrific fires from years prior. The forest was burnt and bare as far as you can see.
After arriving at the Main Gate of the Grand Canyon, we waited almost 45 minutes to enter the ...
... just on sunset
and luckily caught the beautiful colours on Red Rock Canyon which were
We pushed on to Bryce and even though it was late the cliffs
were still visible and there was snow on some of them which was a lovely
highlight. The weather was bitterly cold- around 3 degrees with wind chill on
the cliff top.
Hopefully the sun shines tomorrow as we get up early for
... back. We found the place right beyond the entrance to the park but the store where you were to buy your tokens was closed. Went into the grocery store next door and they told us they sold the tokens and so we now knew where to get a shower.
Checked out the brew pub that was next door and were assured they had wine and so we thought we might return there for dinner. Biked up the hill to the Soleil and enjoyed ourselves a nice brunch ...
... my itinerary which Diane now knows off to a fine tee. She was very fore bearing listening to my tale so often which always received shock, amazement and If only I could do similar. One last thing to do in Zion was revisit the Lodge and find a more suitably sized bead for my necklace memento. Again I was blessed with it being given me rather than having to purchase it. We both were not sure how Bryce was going to surpass these wonderful two days. We drove on to find ...
... a new game plan. I decided to head an hour away to Zion and as soon as I arrived my day took a turn for the best!! The drive through the park was unlike anything I had ever experienced before. Huge canyons were surrounding me, and I drove through a 1.1 mile pitch black tunnel, which was quite a ride! I eventually found a spot in the parking lot at the other end of the park and geared up for my hike. You have to ride a bus to access the ...