Days Inn Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a welcome relief. We hung around there enjoying the cool water for a while before hiking back down and boarding the shuttle for The Grotto.
Now The Grotto is really mostly the trailhead to Angels Landing, which I guess is the most famous and best hike in Zion. It's only a couple of miles long, but is very difficult, gains lots of altitude and boasts an unprotected narrow ledge path with a 1400 ft drop. People have fallen off ...
... things. Ritchie gets coffee so we don't run out at Starbucks. The coach and car are so dirty, at least I can get the car washed and it looks much better for our trip to Bryce Canyon tomorrow.
Thanks again for all those who have stopped by to see how our trip is going and we love having you along. Larry wanted to ride in the basement bin but we didn't think that would be too comfortable. We are glad he is along via the blog.
... Yorker who now lived in Washington DC. It was a real eclectic mix of languages, and ages, and it looked set to be an interesting trip.
We wound our way along snaking roads, with huge drop offs on either side. It was a five hour journey to our first destination of the tour Zion National Park - but the tour leader, Jen, kept us up to speed with the geology and geography of the area as we drove. We passed through Arizona, stopping at a huge out-of-town Walmart to pick ...
... many natural gems the state has to offer. The drive coming into the park from the east entrance was as if driving onto a different planet, minus having the space craft vehicle. Beautifully colored sandstone rock hugged the curves in the road and stood over the car in complete dominance. Within the park, a shuttle bus took you deeper into the park and made stops at certain sites and trail heads. Angel's Landing ...
... the cowboy, Eldon Zwicker, that used to own it. He is in Utah now for the rodeo season as he is a professional bull rider. He has broken his ankle 7 times doing this. "What do you do if you fall off?" we ask him. "Run like hell" he replies. I think I'll stick to my day job! After the ride we were pretty sore but happy after another full day of exploring these parts. Tomorrow, we drive to our next destination - The Grand ...