- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Malcolm had said we should leave to drive for the airport. Another quarter of an hour elapsed while I watched the clock before we could escape! Not conducive to retaining the sermon content! Yes we made it and as it happened once boarded we were delayed an hour as they shut a runway down in Vegas! It allowed my blood pressure to return to normal! I much enjoyed looking out the window! ( Lesley please note! ) and observing the scenery-masses of small humpy hills ...
... drivers are all so friendly and courteous and where there is a commentary on the stops and sights to be seen. Next walk was to the end of the road to do the river walk. Clearly this was one of the most popular and given it was Sunday there were an awful lot of folk doing the same as us. At one point I suggested we leave the concrete path and meander actually along the river bank and that was lovely as it was shaded and less manufactured. We got to the end to find that we ...
... as the day before. At each stop, the driver was turning people away again. So, we decided to eat in Springdale. It was a nice day to sit outside, so we went back to Oscar's again. I was in the mood for the Mahi Mahi Tacos again and Tommy wanted to try the ribs. Both were delicious! We sat for awhile just relaxing and talking about our day. Then, it was time to rid ourselves of the boots and socks. The return process for the gear was quick and easy, but it was difficult to find ...
... was glad that we had worn our jackets, as it was cold on the shuttle ride.
We exited the shuttle at the Grotto where there were a number of deer grazing nearby. They were unperturbed by the small group of people that had just gotten off with us. I was surprised that these deer were skinnier and rattier looking than the ones we had seen at Bryce!
Anyway, we made a quick pit stop at the restrooms and were on our way. It was still chilly, but I knew we would be warming ...
... not alone. The next stop was at the Grotto. We walked the 1/2 mile Grotto trail to the Zion Lodge before crossing the road to the Lower Emerald Pools Trail head. We walked this little over a half mile gradual raising trail to the end of a small canyon where we saw a couple of small waterfalls and pools. The sun was shinning on the waterfalls to make a rainbow. Many people were here. After viewing the falls, we took the mostly down hill Kayenta Trail back to the ...