Coral Cliffs Townhomes
TravelPod Member ReviewsCoral Cliffs Townhomes Kanab
Excellent self-catering rental house option. Suited us really well
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... the status of the sites leaves something to be desired. It's a camper tradition to leave a site better than when you arrive. We did that in no time at all.
After a bit of relaxation and reading, Lynn began to prepare dinner. We had shrimp marinated in rosemary, garlic and olive oil and salt. I cooked them on the Weber. We also had long-grained brown rice and a tossed green salad. It worked! I'm not hungry for the moment.
... for the cafe, Cafe Soleil, next to our hotel for a well earned lunch. (Cafe Soleil was definitely the best eatery we'd encountered on our trip so far..the laid back atmosphere, the food and the coffee were excellent). It was well past two and we'd walked for just over 4 hours...quite an achievement for the non-walkers of the family. Everyone had really enjoyed the hike..it had been fun to wade through the river and the temperature in the cool of the gorge ...
... of the day.
Hinesh takes some pics but I have decided to just appreciate nature today. Photographing landscape is not so easy. Lots of obstacles like trees often get in the shots of shorties like me and lighting is difficult. If you shoot in the middle of the day like we have been you are often competing with shadow.
We leave Zion for the morning and head to Soleil Cafe for a healthy lunch of salad and wraps. I also enjoy a mango smoothie (frozen ...
... to stop to take in the view. As we got to the bottom of drive we saw a Big Horned sheep on a rock waiting to greet us, unfortunately no where to stop on the narrow road to take a photo.
Got in to Springdale about 11am. Ordered nice Nachos for lunch at the Whiptail in the shadow of the mountain while Michael organised our accommodation. It was very hot, about 39 degrees, so we retreated to or cool room at the Quality Inn. Surprisingly the town has a lot ...
... boiled as vegetables. The immature pods were roasted and peeled before eating and the dried pods and seeds were ground into flour. The roots were also utilized by Native American tribes. Since the roots form a frothy soap, it was both used a cleansing agent and a skin cream for treating rashes.
Did the Drive out to Imperial Point, a round trip of about 10km. Could see the choppers around this area. ...