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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Kanab
The room was clean and the beds comfortable. The pool and hut tub were in a beautiful location and were afforded some privacy by the trees between the pools and the motel rooms. Those trees caused a bit of extra debris in the pool but we enjoyed them anyway. The temperature for both the pool and the hot tub were perfect! Breakfast is what they say, Continental (toast, mini muffins and cereal). Note that there is not seating for breakfast but the tray on your table in your room can be used to bring breakfast back to your room to eat.
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Day 2 of the road trip began where the idea started, a stop at Panera. Over the summer, while working at St. Louis Bread Co, I never had anything to do during break. I occupied my time on Pinterest, and photos of Utah kept popping up. Utah seemed to have the adventure I was craving. If it hadn't been for those breaks who knows where spring break …
Monday 14 September
Our destination today was due to be Sacramento, California but we had read of the fires in that area and the personal loss of property to someone we were hoping to visit. Our following destination would be to Reno for a day's visit to the air races there but the weather we were now experiencing (storms and heavy rain – monsoon) was heading that way. Decision made then, to remain in Kanab until the ...
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... that comes together like a tube, kinda like a subway. The pools are fed by a clear river, the water appearing green from the reflected light. We were the first there, and waited for the sun to glow in.
Several people came, and we chatted to them, as well as swimming in the canyon to a cool waterfall you could go behind. Blue water, red light reflecting off the canyon.
We stayed for an hour ...