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Travel Spotting: Five Facts About Bryce Canyon, Utah

Tweet Bryce Canyon was named after Ebenezer Bryce, a mormon who homesteaded the park in the late 1800′s. Mormons in [...]

Bryce Canyon was named after Ebenezer Bryce, a mormon who homesteaded the park in the late 1800′s. Mormons in Utah? I don’t believe it. The park isn’t actually a canyon, but rather a collection of naturally formed amphitheaters. Bryce Canyon is chock full of interesting rock formations of all shapes and sizes as a result of thousands of years of erosion. The rocks are colorful, with... More...


By • Feb 8th, 2013 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Travel Spotting: Free Admission to All National Parks January 14-16

Take a trip to Bryce (Gruber) National Park – it’s dry, but beautiful…

Extra, extra, read all about it: free admission to ALL National Parks from January 14th through January 16th, 2012! Across the country (literally), from the stunning cliffs and majestic waterfalls of Yosemite to the plunging valleys of Bryce (Gruber?!) Canyon, admission into nature is free – ironic, I know! So rally up the kiddies, and go visit any one of the 397 parks in this great country of o... More...


By • Jan 15th, 2012 • Category: FAMILY, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Travel Spotting: The Magic Mountain Hotel in Chile

Tweet Every time I go to an amusement or theme park I inevitably end up thinking about how awesome it [...]

Every time I go to an amusement or theme park I inevitably end up thinking about how awesome it would be to live in a house that was designed to look like Greek ruins, or a fantasy castle, but was actually a functional living space. Basically my dream is to live on a movie set. While this dream may be impractical and would probably get old fairly quickly it still seems like an awesome way to spen... More...


By • Oct 21st, 2011 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Hotels, Vacations