Days Inn - Hurricane
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one way traffic through. Once we exited, we could see why. Lots of tour buses on the other side headed to Bryce! We continued on down the switchbacks, which provided more cools scenery.
We came out the south entrance of Zion and drove through Springdale. Cute town with views all around! I definitely wanted to check out a few of the shops at some point. We found the Driftwood Lodge quite easily and had an easy check-in. We had decided on this hotel based on ...
... today as far as the steep inclines go, and instead hiked The Narrows, which is the narrowest section of Zion. This gorge has walls 1,000 feet tall on either side of you, and the entire way you are zig-zagging through the Virgin River. I felt like I was playing the Oregon Trail computer game and had to decide if I wanted to go ahead and forge across the river or not lol. My Kentucky friends tackled this hike last week, and said it was worth checking out, and boy were ...
... was an easy 1.6 miles and eventually we ended up at The Lodge, which is a hotel facility in the park. We stopped for a snack and coffee then took the bus back to our campground. It turns out there are no showers anywhere in the park, so after lunch we went into Springdale to shower at an outdoor equipment rental place and to do laundry. The rest of the day passed uneventfully but we were all tired so we called it a day at about 9:30 ...
... but smooth, grapefruit-sized rocks cover the floor, creating a challenge if you're not careful. We really enjoyed the views of massive canyon walls curving high above our heads. The sandstone is rich in color and texture. Sometimes the walls felt porous with rigid lines, and then it would turn smooth and glasslike out of nowhere. It's a lot to absorb, and impossible ...
... end of our 11-day trip my skin was so dry I had become partially reptilian.
While preparing the evening meal, mushroom risotto, I cut up a habanero pepper to put in my dinner. Several hours later I rubbed my eye, undoubtedly because the hot desert wind had blown some sand into it. Oops – eye on fire! Steve held my head back and proceeded to pour an entire pitcher of cool water into my eye and down my face. And then it was off to our tents for a night of ...