Red Sands Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Sands Hotel Torrey
Room was a good size very clean. Very friendly staff and breakfast was good. Would stay there again
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Day Eleven -- Moab to Torrey
Since we are not used to desert heat we were on our way to Arches National Park by 6:15 a.m. to take advantage of the cooler morning temperatures (and lesser crowds). We didn't have much time so we did the short walks in the Windows and Balanced Rock areas. What a beautiful park! I keep saying that phrase, but …
Kanab to Highway 12
In the morning we headed towards Bryce Canyon and Hwy 12. Our first stop was at Red Canyon where we made frequent stops to take pictures and then at the Visitors Center. The Visitors Center is very nicely done and very helpful with some interesting displays. The area here is so beautiful and there were quite a few …
... We can't find a single parking space at the visitors center, and the main road through the park, UT-9, is wall-to-wall cars. Traffic, when it does move, plods along at about 10 MPH. The crowding is unfortunate, but hey, it's Memorial Day weekend. I should have seen that one coming. Still, the hordes of tourists do little to diminish the overwhelming beauty of Zion National Park. Click here to learn more about Zion National Park. We leave ...
... in her stride explaining that there might be a short wait, laughing & joking and being helpful even when there was a language problem. This morning, it wasn't particularly busy as there were lots of empty tables (although the large Danish contingent were back) and today's waitress was competent and efficient but not very approachable and didn't have time to waste - with the result that it became an exercise in eating rather than a pleasant start to ...
... 9,000 feet. The first was characterized by tight twisties. The second was mostly sweeping curves. And the last - well, rain. But all were through spectacular scenery.
While the morning was beautiful with just enough clouds to make the sky interesting, as the day progressed a storm cell developed directly in our path. A check of the radar map on my phone confirmed that we were headed into the teeth ...