Travelodge Cedar City
Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... On our way it was explained to us that there was waterfall not too far away, the source is the top of the canyon, it takes 4000 years for the water to soak through the rock to form the waterfall below. We then boarded the shuttle back to Zion Lodge, here we hiked the trail to the Emerald Pools. We got to the lower pool, I guess it was an emerald colour, but it was spectacular like everything else in this park. Narrow waterfalls trickled from the cliffs ...
... through the shopping malls. We did get to see the Risqué Pirate show outside of Treasure Island Resort.
The next day was less hurried and we enjoyed the day more. We concentrated our time around the resorts of Excalibur (medieval theme) and Luxor where we stayed (Egyptian theme). Had a delicious Cinnabon which was recommended by Julie. Doubled my money $20 on the roulette and did some shopping. ...
... I remember seeing a picture of someone’s feet, and a huge drop off on both sides. I was determined to get this picture, with my size twelve’s!
Io, my faithful walking partner and I set off on the sandy track to the bottom on Angel’s Landing. A few people left the bus before us, and as we looked upwards we could see them climbing really high on the head wall in front of us. The path snakes back and fore slowly gaining height before you walk ...
... and Stefanie and their daughters. Chatted with them about Stanley and where they recommended us to go, that we managed to not look at any of the scenery along the way! However, we got out at our chosen stop and walked along the path to the Emerald pools. Really great scenery, and its so close. The thing is that the mountains are right there next to you, and really impreessive, too. Made our way up to the higher pool, where it was quite spectacular. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed