Super 8 Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... things. Ritchie gets coffee so we don't run out at Starbucks. The coach and car are so dirty, at least I can get the car washed and it looks much better for our trip to Bryce Canyon tomorrow.
Thanks again for all those who have stopped by to see how our trip is going and we love having you along. Larry wanted to ride in the basement bin but we didn't think that would be too comfortable. We are glad he is along via the blog.
... What made this a difficult hike was the steep rocky path which we had to climb in order to get to the upper pools. In places the path dropped quite quickly and we had to jump or clamber down in order to traverse its rocky outcrops. However, the views as we ascended were simply stunning. Each bend that we rounded was more beautiful than the next. The edges of the canyon were illuminated by the sun, with the red and pink layers seeming to change colour with every ...
Hiking and exploring nature is one of my passions. I have a confession to make. The American Southwest wasn’t on my adventure radar until making my Bucket List. I choose Zion National Parks over many other hiking trails in the world, mainly because of the water trek. For my wanderlust I want to travel all around the world, but I thought it would be ideal to start in my home country. That's why I choose Zion National Park to go hiking, ...
... that just down the road we would be driving through a full on winter wonderland, the place was blanketed with heaps of snow, quite a sight for us West Aussies!! To get to Cedar City we had to cross some high country of the Dixie National Forrest & down the mountains at the other side, quite a drive, luckily whilst the countryside was thick with snow, the road had been plowed & was totally snow free & dry. Unfortunately the ...
... gift shop and I bought a Route 66 bottle opener which I would find useful later tonight (and because I don't want Andrew cutting his finger open in a Mormon state that doesn't allow much alcohol) and 3 x Route 66 magnets for Dad. Jason gave us all a couple of raffle tickets, he has been buying a few bits and pieces along our travels for a raffle on the bus. We passed into Arizona and out of Utah before we reach our final destination tonight at Grand Canyon. ...