Knights Inn St. George North
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... grill, but we were surprised and lucky that is was the roof-mounted AC cover that had deteriorated and then exploded into hundreds of pieces when it hit the pavement. Good start.... We made some calls whenever we had cell service to find a new cover and found that it wasn't likely to happen in Vegas and that it would probably be okay to travel like that and pick one up later.
Only an hour or two later we found that the scooter ...
... on the rock formations. Known by pioneers as the "Silent City" of Rocks, it served as a locator and safe haven for the weary pioneer on their way west. It takes some effort to get to the City of Rocks National Reserve, but again, it's worth the effort.
Timpanogos Cave National Monument, American Fork, Utah is one place you can't miss if you love to explore through caves. The cave entrance is located high in ...
... called The Escapes at Entrada. They had a big sign out saying "Model Home" so out of curiosity we headed into the gated community. The homes are well suited for their surroundings and blend in with the red rock cliffs that surround them. They are on the smaller side, typically about 1800 to 1900 sf. But the prices were not low - all seemed to start around $500k and up. What a view these homes had though - nestled into the red cliffs.
... do it justice. If you see Zion, you must see Bryce and vice-versa. An astounding one-two punch of Nat. Parks. Utah has been great, especially for scenery. A zillion different landscapes, each one stunning in its own way. There are at least a dozen more places worthy of a visit that will have to wait until next time. Hands down, Utah is my very favorite state of all. I hate to leave and will return again and again. But for now- it's Vegas, ...
... sit up in the front seat of the ambulance.
Nay says--The ambulance driver asked me questions as we went. She didn't turn the siren on.
Julie--Nay doesn't want to talk or write about this anymore. Don't remember much about the ambulance ride except that it was bumpy and not too long. I was rushed into the hospital, deposited onto a bed, hooked up onto IVs, and then we were left alone. We were there for over 5 hours. ...