Super 8 Cedar City
Travel Blogs from Cedar City
I have lived in Las Vegas long enough that my interest in driving across the Mojave desert died a long time ago. There is a certain beauty that the desert has but most of it is lost at 75 MPH and the landscape of creosote shrubs becomes monotonous. The brown and lifeless mountain peaks in the distance never seem to get any closer despite long …
... world. The canyon was so large and vast that words, photos or video could not do it any justice as Bryce and Zion National Parks. Jason told us to walk the Bright Angel Lookout walk only 1/4 mile, he was right. We had to stand still and only just look, although I have attached photos, they still don't bring any justice to actually being there. I was trying to find something that I could use as a gauge to help me fathom the size and depth of the canyon. There ...
... with them.
We watched rain in the distance enter the south of Zion, and to our relief it started to rain when were about 50% across the ridge. Rain was making the sand sloppy and we glad to get back to Scout Point. We had wanted to walk/climb/scramble Angels Landing for some time. We survived and did it safely and thoroughly enjoyed every last second. We were both smiling, and Io couldn't wait to high five me!
We walked around the corner to the top ...
... meeting up with some really nice people.There is always somebody to talk to and I suppose both the car and two old English blokes tend to cause amusement.
Our" $60 'phone any landline in the world and any mobile in the US for free" deal from AT&T has proved an absolute boon.We've booked and unbooked hotels,'phoned UK and Australia.Highly recommended.
So now we have pitched up in Cedar City which is a bit of a quiet place and as Roger ...
... time to say goodbye to South Pasadena.
We moved into the suite at Ramona at about 5:00 and were amazingly tired by the day. It must be the stress of major change that takes all our energy. But the real exhaustion is yet to come. Haley is prowling all over her new digs. I told her not to bother to rub and mark the furniture, since we will be moving on. So she decided to rub and mark Kathleen’s foot. Most appropriate, I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed