Rodeway Inn Capitol Reef
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Capitol Reef Caineville
Dit hotel konden we op de navigatie niet vinden, maar je rijdt er automatisch langs. Het ligt aan Utah Route 24 en er is hier... niks. Maar de ontvangst is warm.
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Constant rain, low cloud, 17°C (62°F)
Had our own breakfast in the room and then left for Mossy Cave, just 10 mins from Bryce. It was a 0.4 mile walk with some short steep slopes beside the fast flowing river and looking up to hoodoos. There was a waterfall and then further up a small cave with constant dripping water. One of the hoodoos looked …
... we looked outside and it was starting to rain heavily. The waiter asked us if we wanted dessert. Well, why not? Who wants to leave in a shower? So lunch did go on for another half hour.
Finally, we left and began the drive back to GR. on the way we could see heavy storms ahead. We received a bundle of messages from others who were in the storms and having a hard time getting back to town. Long story short, we decided against the outdoor pizza party that we had planned ...
... Hans and Antionette.
We were forced to do a group photo without the 9 Canyoneers, but there were still 16 of us in the shot. As we walked next door to the Tamerisk Restaurant many of us were sending texts and leaving messages for the missing hikers. We ordered dinner and ate and socialized, though as time went on, we were all worried because we still had no word from our friends.
We finished dinner and went back next door to discuss plans for the next day. But no one ...
Returned to Green River and tried to attend to some unfinished business in the moonshine Wash slot canyon – it's been annoying me for 3 years after the first time I went there it was flooded. As I had a blister on my foot I did not go in for fear of aggravating it. This time it beat me again, albeit for different reasons. After some faffing about route finding in the desert by GPS alone, I found the entrance ...
We awoke at a rest stop being run by a very grumpy old man, who refused to let us freshen up in the bathrooms and told us there was no camping here even though we already had. After a quick breakfast cereal and granola bars we got on the road; the views did not remind us of the Utah we remembered though. After the amazing drive down through the middle of Utah, we arrived at Capital Reef National Park which was unfortunately full on ...