Economy Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Economy Inn & Suites St. George
Travel Blogs from St. George
... the kids and Pep went to the edges of these freaky cliffs. Then we took a trail called Bright Angel Trail which was about 1.3 miles. I had to hold onto Pep the entire way and I didn't even go to the end of it because it was so freakin scary! I waited while the kids and Pep had their fun, then I saw their photos and was so glad I didn't go along to the end! They both went to tops of these mountains that were so scary (we heard later that a ...
... sedentary. So with the weather forecast in the low 80's, we set off gleefully.
We knew there was construction on I-15, both south of Mesquite and through the Virgin River Gorge, but we did not expect to be completely stopped by light flashing police cars! As we sat there at the front of the line, and I, as usual, took pictures for posterity, we watched a caravan of trucks cross over the I-15 and turn and head up towards Utah. There were trucks with portable corrals ...
... Park. Fantastic day it was. I feel like the National Park system is one of the most under utilized attraction America has to offer. We definitely got lots of hiking in and saw lots of beautiful sites. Finally tomorrow we will take a few days off the road and explore Sin City! Never can be bored on one of my ...
... or atke right and head to Heaven -- Zion National Park.
What the heck, its only 2 or 3 hours more, so we headed to the right and to one of the most beautiful areas of the world -- Zion National Park.
From Lone Rock we drove through the colorfull Pariah red rock country to Kanab, Utah, where we had to make a choice of which route to take to Zion.
One route, to the right, the shortest and most ...
On our second full day in southwest Utah we started the day with french toast and a full morning of school lessons. Omar got the laundry done at the same time and planned out our day. We had quesadillas for lunch and then headed back to our new favorite state park - Snow Canyon!
Yesterday we saw Leo fall in love with spelunking (a.k.a. crawling around in caves). Omar and Leo wanted to go back to spend even more time in the caves and explore them ...