Howard Johnson Capitol Reef
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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877 North State Road 42 Howard Johnson Capitol Reef Torrey Utah. Staat met 100 verschillende gezichten. Hoeveel indrukken kun je op een dag opdoen? Allereerst het begin. Klassiek ontbijt in een klassieke Amerikaanse diner, compleet met zwart-wit betegelde vloer, aluminium en formica meubilair en heel veel jaren 60 aan de muur en uit de luidsprekers …
... was magnificent. Many people along our trip have said that Bryce is their favorite National Park. We could see why. Even though we were there in the middle of the day in bright sun the rosy and orange colors of the rock formations - called hoodoos - was amazing. The next morning we were sad to leave our lovely spot in Torrey, but looking forward ...
... they had the usual evergreen bushes growing out of them as if they were grounded in fertile soil, but anchored only in solid rock. Some of them looked like cocoa powder sprinkled on top of chocolate ice cream.
Further up the road the ground became more forgiving and gave forth to sage and Douglas Fir and yellow grass, and occasionally we came upon an oasis. You can see them from a distance, green trees and ...
... silent. But this summer, all five of Utah’s National Parks will have some special sounds. The Utah Symphony is performing in mid August, at or near all five of the parks during a weeklong tour. It’s part of the orchestra’s 75th anniversary celebration, and a lead-up to the 2016 centennial celebration of the National Park Service. The concerts, which will take place at sunset, will be free. "The concerts are a way ...
... Wash, Cohab Canyon and walk back to the Car via the frying pan and Cassidy Arch. What was nice about capitol was how empty it was you weren’t surrounded by bus loads of people. The walks were so much more than expected, walking through the 2 canyons was great fun, in the Grand Wash I met a guy called Greg who did some lecturing in biology, he was a cool guy, but it was also kind of sad as he was ...