Economy Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from St. George
... American party to see it, way back in 1826. *** We arrive in St. George late in the afternoon. It’s 2,860 feet above sea level, but still quite warm. St. George is the second fastest-growing metropolitan area in the U.S., behind only Greeley, Colorado. With a population of around 75,000, St. George is Utah’s most populous city outside of the Wasatch Front, home to Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo. ...
We arrived at St. George in the early afternoon on Friday, the 28th of March, after an easy sub-three hundred mile day. We have finally achieved Warm Weather Status, it seems. We stopped by at the local Camping World RV dealership and visited with the Service Manager, John. We have an appointment set for Monday morning to check out our furnace and a couple of other issues that Fiona has presented us with. It went well.
... won't enter and use one for sit-down business without a Germ-X Wipe for preparation. By contrast, in Canada pretty much every rest room in every facility is clean and is KEPT clean, and the men using them don't seem to, um, misfire as often as American men do. Our friends North of 49 just seem to have more pride and more consideration for the next user when it comes to this essential resource that everyone needs and where all are equal. Can't ...
... with excellent paved roads where you just roll along and enjoy the the surrounding nature, the sun, the warmth, the loneliness, the mountains. Some people would consider it dull, but I'm a great admirer.
On Tuesday I decided to drive all the way to Cedar City in Utah, a six-hour drive. From Beatty, Nevada, to Las Vegas, a 120 mile drive, there's hardly a trace of human activity (except for the road, of course). North ...
... and the temperature reading was a remarkable 113 degrees! But hey, it's a dry heat, as they say.
Being too hot to do anything outside, we found a movie theater and watched "This is the End"....one of the strangest movies we'd ever seen. Leaving the movie theater, is was just after 9 pm and the temperature reading was still 103 degrees! So back we went to the safety and coolness of the hotel room.