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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... side; love gravity!!!!
Anyway, we're right in the middle of a circle monuments, national parks etc - Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, Dixie National Forest, Grand Canyon, Zion Canyon National Park, and about a doze others. Don't think we have time to see them all; we've seen most of them anyway.
... landmarks and can linger as long as you like then get back on to the shuttle and continue to the next landmark. Each stop has tall, and I mean tall rock walls that go straight up. Some rise over 2,000 ft above you. We start our ride about 9:30.
The Three Patriarchs are in brilliant sunlight this morning and is a great sight. Christina will recognize my t-shirt from Real Life. Next is ...
... s sleep. Early this morning we set off (with very full bellies) to Bryce Canyon - home to large sandstone structures called 'Hoodoos' in various shapes and sizes. Alex and I did a mammoth trek which seemed to take in most of the national park! Walked up and down the canyon, and in some cases through large cravasses, which had formed over time. Absolutely stunning. Again, so pics. Though I don't think they necessarily do the scale of the Hoodoo's any ...
Sunny, between 32° & 38°C (90° &100°F)
We left just after 9 following breakfast, catching the shuttles all the way out to the Temple of Sinawava where we filled up our water 'pouches' (Camelbaks) for our backpacks with the spring water available there (as well as a number of other places). We walked along the Riverside Walk, passing a couple of mule deer grazing & squirrels scurrying along the paths & rocks.
At the end of the walk you start to walk ...
... and sandy deserts. There were many sandstone cliffs which reminded us of Mesa Verde and the Cliff Dweller Indians. We arrived in Kanab UT, a small town 30 miles from Zion. We got a hotel here because there isn't much around the parks except unreasonably expensive ones. We then went to Zion for the afternoon. Driving into the park was an amazing experience. You are driving all the way to the bottom of the Canyon surrounded ...