Days Inn Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 ...
... a chance to weigh in. To make matters worse, as we walked passed the shuttle stops, we overheard the hiking conversations and the news was not good. There were incoming thunderstorms and the potential for closing The Narrows trail was high. I was shocked because I had checked weather on my phone five hours earlier at 6:00 am and there was no rain in the forecast (note to self - need new weather app for phone). Our plan had been to hike to ...
... 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.
... dance around one another while trying to make sandwiches. However, it was a delicious lunch, chicken and salad wraps - a far cry from the fast food that we have experienced so far on our travels. "Go to California," they said, "The food is healthy there!" I beg to disagree. Perhaps in the image-obsessed Los Angeles that might be the case, but certainly not in the areas we have been to. It's pizza, burgers and "fried stuff with cheese." The Americans, we have ...
... spine of the mountain in which both sides drop down to the canyon below. The chain link rail provides limited comfort as grabbing the swinging support line throws your balance off. We felt like Edmund Hilary tackling the final step to Everest's summit named in his behave except for us we had couples arguing about making the final climb from the ascent. One scared of the acute climb with the other trying to ...