Knights Inn St. George Airport
Travel Blogs from St. George
... the height of Ben nevis!!! and it was damn cold as well - about -5F. this place also makes you feel small but its cos you can see so much. you are but a tiny point of nothing in a vast landscape that stretches for miles and miles. And its empty. there is nothing - no towns and villages, no farmsteads - nothing.
Finally we came to the Arches National Park. No prizes for what you find here! and they again are amazing and ...
... it does. I'm traveling for my sixth marathon. Race starts about 24 miles north of St. George and ends in the middle of the city. It's a lottery to get in (only comparison to the NYC marathon). I was able to get in with my 2nd try. So, here I go again. Looking foward to the mountains, dry air, and mostly downhill course. Let's see if my body agrees.
Ok, I'll talk more about my trip in the next post. :)
We are visiting Les' cousin Bill and his wife, Gail in Hurricane Utah which is in southwest Utah. We have been getting plenty of rain and there are flash floods in the area. All is well where we are. Unfortunately we had to pass ...
... fuelled by Oreos and a couple of cold beers. We need to decide on our route and destinations. Our rough itinerary looks extremely full and we now know more about what we and the children can happily handle, so its back to the drawing board.
We find out that we have had a time change on our drive and have lost an hour.
Looking forward to exploring Zion National Park ...
... a diversion to who knows where was hideously and really took the gloss of a great week. I arrived in St George a broken, tearful man, ready to drop to my knees. So I did and had to be wheeled to my room and put to bed!
By the numbers
Pointless miles drive on a diversion to who knows where that I probably did not even need to take: 101
Parks Visited: 10, OK it was the briefest of visits but we did see ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking