Travelodge Cedar City
Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... that we wanted to scam a couple of wine glasses for our nice bottle of wine and chips we bought for our snacks at 6.00 pm in front of the lodge which overlooks the rim of the Grand Canyon. They are pretty tight on glass and only give plastic cups given the location. On our way back to our cabin we decided to visit the gift shop. Andrew spied another bracelet he really liked in the Native American jewellery shop. All the jewellery is fair dinkum Indian made. ...
Well, you wouldn't be interested in reading my blog today! Tegz, Ci and I had a total chill out day, where I sunbathed by the pool, watched TV and read my Kindle (BTW can totally recommend Memoirs of a Geisha Julie, if you haven’t read it…..one of the best books I’ve read in a long long time. Tegz loved it too!)
Anyway, fanfare of trumpets…it’s over to Lyn for news of his and Io’s day!
The alarm was due to go off at 0615, ...
... to see the formations, not far down the road at Panaca I spotted something in a yard (they have heaps of yards all over the place with tones of old cars sitting around growing grass) I made lots of noise so Don turned around and went back, it was an old 1970 Charger (Dodge) sign on the window wanting $5500, a big project !!! Carried on through a huge farming operation, first decent one we had seen, lots ...
... viewpoint are then right turns from the road….very easy and accessible. This was a great, rather relaxing day as we took in the splendor here.
I need to share some information here about campgrounds. We have stayed in KOA campgrounds for all but one day for this entire trip. All KOA’s are pretty consistent in the services they provide….campsite, restrooms, showers, laundry, swimming pool ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed