The Inn at Entrada
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... surrounded on all sides by rising peaks of fiery red - we continued the 3 miles to the entrance to Zion National Park. Here, a shuttle bus takes you around the floor of the canyon, carved over time by the Virgin river, stopping at trail heads that fan out like a spider's web from the main road. Originally settled by Native Americans, the area was then discovered and claimed by the Mormon missionaries. It was the Mormons who gave the area its name. Looking for their ...
... of concrete and 16 million pounds of steel. It’s an engineer’s fantasy. Click here to see how one prominent engineering organization views the bridge. It’s now known as the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge. The bridge is named for Mike O’Callaghan, Nevada’s Governor from 1971-1979, and Pat Tillman, a football player who left his lucrative career with the Arizona Cardinals ...
... We had made our reservations almost three months earlier, requesting two adjoining rooms for one night. The reservation had been followed up by two phone calls to confirm and reiterate our requests. So when we get there, we find that they had booked Barb's credit card already for two rooms, two nights. That should have told us something. The rooms were next door, but no adjoining doors. Neither room had kleenex, our faucets were reversed (hot was cold and cold was hot), the ...
... Park Service approval in order to drive your vehicle through the tunnels. We were concerned that the ranger checkpoint might be closed, and this was confirmed by the clerk where we got diesel in Kanab.
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... Bryce Canyon National Park in the past and knew it would be pretty spectacular, but despite the large sampling of photos and video clips that I took and have uploaded here to the blog, they really don't do it justice. Four words: YOU. HAVE. TO. GO.
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