Royal Inn Kanab
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we arrived at Scout's Lookout. A great place to have lunch break and great view. For the brave ones, they can proceed for the most treacherous part of the hike, but challenging and rewarding.
Alex and I proceeded, and took us little efforts and little time to arrive the next plateau, overlooking the Scout's Lookout, where Curtis and Felix relaxed and took pix of us. Thought we were at the final destination, Alex and I kissed each other to ...
... s expedition to Utah, and the Mountain Meadow Massacre that John D. Lee (Lee's Ferry named after him, all Grand Canyon rafting trip started there) was a scapegoat for the massive killings Mormon and Indians collaborated.
Great thing about travelling is one gets to read more stories while browsing in bookstore in various Nat'l Park visitor center, and learning all the histories that we would otherwise ...
... the drive was totally worth it. We returned to the Canyons Lodge, and we sat in the outdoor living room. The couches surround a propane fireplace. As I write, I am listening to some fabulous French music which seems so out place with the state and the hotel, but it is wonderful. We are off to dinner soon, Kanab has a limited selection of restaurants, and we have decided to stay one more night here in order to do some more hiking tomorrow. We hope you are all well.
... in a harness on a rope definitely gets the adrenaline going! The views of the valley from the top of Angel's Landing were fantastic - our photos just can't do it justice.
For our third day in Zion, we hiked the 8-mile round trip to Observation Point - 2100 feet above the valley floor. The trail ...
... give you an idea of how it looks if you haven't been there. People everywhere and multiple languages heard. I overheard a fellow on his cell phone speaking what I thought to be an Eastern European language and when I saw him outside asked him, "Kak dela?" (How are things?) He answered with a robust smile and Khorosho! (Good!) We both got a laugh out of that.
I was in the fifties up in the park with wind, so we didn't spend much time. ...