Super 8 Richfield
Travel Blogs from Richfield
Woke up to a pretty surrounding and headed to our next destination Richfield where we had lined up a skype interview with a lady with 2 massage positions at Fort McMurray in Alberta Canada. It went really well!! Allana and I were stoked because of the big money to be made :) Off we drove a few hours to Bryce Canyon. We entered ($25 entry) and went straight to the first lookout which was really impressive. From the rim you could view the amphitheater ...
... one gradual climb in the end of my ride and the downhill led into Salina and I was ready to call it a day. Tomorrow I have a 108 mile ride to hopefully get to Green River which is the next town. I'ts going to be diffucult but I'll give it my best. Today I rode 71 ...
... the settlers in the area used and come across a beautiful water fall called Bridal Veil falls. So we had had some discoveries for the day. Tonight we are staying in a state park, I'll have to insert the name later as I can't remember it 's name and everyone else is asleep. The girls gave us a fashion show after dinner, modelling their new purchases. It was a lovely ...
... for the houseboat trip, we headed towards
Lake Powell thru Capitol Reef National park. What an incredible ride thru most beautiful and unusual scenery. We arrived at Bull Frog campground around 4PM. It was hot and we had to crank up
the AC’s for the first time since San Diego. Our Lake Powell experience is next.
... and down on the spot until the image was captured ... we’re waiting to see this picture but it should be a good one.
The journey to Mystic Hot Springs took about 5 hours ... that included the stop off at the San Rafael Swell and a store stop. In Utah the store stops do not take much time as no one is buying any alcohol. This is because Utah sucks ... there is a 3.2% limit on the alcohol content in Beer so everything that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking