Bryce–>Kolob Canyon–>St. George

Monday morning we ate breakfast at the hotel and it was actually quite good: scrambled eggs, bacon, potatoes, waffles, pancakes, biscuits, gravy, and mini danishes. The kids liked the hot chocolate machine and pretended it was their “coffee”. 163 We drove back into the park, but D had to take a picture by the sign first: 165 We hiked from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point and back which is one mile round trip. The path was nice and paved. This is the part of Bryce I remember most from my own childhood family vacation. 166 176Doesn’t that hoodoo look like it could break off at any moment? 178Thor’s Hammer 184 Our last night was spent in St. George. On the way there we stopped at Kolob Canyon, which is a less-visited part of Zion National Park. 185 192 189 We made it to St. George in time for lunch. We ended up at Honolulu Grill. It seemed to be quite popular with the locals. 193Who knew St. Georgians like Hawaiian food so much? The food tasted very “homey”. For example, the teriyaki sauce tasted like it was from scratch, not a bottle. 194 D liked how there was an option to have cucumber salad instead of mac salad and thinks that all plate lunch restaurants should have this option. **Please excuse the formatting of this post. Blogger was “updated” and I’m not sure what is going on.

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