Park Lawn Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... Reg & Kit's instructions on US driving I've been so careful over the past 700 miles (can't believe that) but my guard slipped as I turned left near the car hire drop of point today and ended up facing the wrong way up a 4 lane highway with the other 3 lanes full of traffic. In the UK there would have been gnashing of teeth and beeping horns but here they all stopped, in silence, and gave me space to do a 3 point ...
... continued on to find the first site that looked decent, we were wiped. Ended up finding a great spot well off the trail next to a few big Giants. Set up camp with the last of the light from that 4.5 hour hike. Stayed up for a bit more lookking at the stars straight above listening to N.Carlos Nakai native amerian flute in the background. Before we wrapped it up we did a little wolf spinder ...
We left Mt Carmel UT at the crack of dawn, drove on the Zion/Mt Carmel scenic Hwy, thr' the 2 tunnels (one is 1.1 miles long) and out with no fee payable, as the US Govt employees had not turned up to work this early. Saved ourselves $25.
One has to take time to stop/go on this stretch of highway with the stunning mountainside vista's that you see in the Zion area.
Once thr' Springdale (township next to Zion NP) we headed down 9 and 15 passing straight thr Las ...
California, United States Monday, April 22, 2013 Day 1 8 am start packing car 11 am depart to sierra national forest 2 pm arrive at Dry Gulch; check in, unpack, set up 4 pm relax & enjoy nature, have "lunch" 5 pm Have dinner 6:30 pm finalize tents, clean up food outside (bear-proof), relax 10 pm sleep Day 2 8 am wake up, get ready 10 am get breakfast 11:30 am clean tents 12 pm put food away 12:30 pm ...
... wine in Napa will start at 10 bucks and go up to 18-19 dollars a glass. Why should you spend more than £5 on a bottle of wine? It turns out the big vineyards across the world who mass produce don't hand pick, no big surprise there, they harvest by machine which picks up any bugs or insects on the vine and bits of the vine itself. All this is crushed together and fermented soup style in big steel vats and because there is not the same quality checks of the ripeness of the ...