Super 8 Richfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... used to the altitude. Nonetheless, it was a great hike and I got some amazing pictures of plant life, animals, and mountain views. We were all really glad we did the hike even though it took us a couple hours. After that, we hopped back on the road, where we are now, and we're headed to a campsite to stay the night. This part of the road trip has been the most scenic and I've been so amazed by it all. I'm not used to seeing ...
... As it was, we knew we had seen beauty beyond compare already, so although we were disappointed not to get to the end of the road, we were fine. We are both amazed at the gigantic scale of this area. Leaving the park, our next stop was in the little, quaint town of Torrey, Utah. It is a funky little place with many building that look as if they date to the time of the Mormon settlement of the area. We did make one stop trying to find a place that had a strong enough ...
... the formations! Bryce Canyon is worth seeing if you do the walk into the Canyon otherwise it may not be a definite site to see. We had some daylight left so we drove most of the way to try reach our next national park on the list but ended up at a rest stop. The beautiful mountains covered in green trees surrounded us and as we cooked our meal on our gas burner, Allana and I reminisced how good we have it even though we now havn't showered since ...
One last stop in Arizona included a stop in Page, AZ. This was a town that grew in the 50's to provide housing for the workers in building the Dam on the Colorado River. This is just one of a series of Dams on that river to prevent flooding. The dam is also used for Power Generation, but that is not the main purpose of the Dam.I ...
... once we got across the border and into Utah, we could pick up the interstate (15) for 40 miles and then cut across to Highway 120 and follow it past Bryce Canyon National Park and into the Grand Escalante National Park. I was a little nervous of this suggestion; I had been trying to get us to the Grand Escalante NP (http://www.utah.com/nationalsites/gran d_staircase.htm) for a couple of trips but the roads are interestingly described ...