Valley of Fire is the oldest state park in Nevada. It is located 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas and features red sandstone rock formations and petroglyphs carved into boulder and rock which looks like on fire when reflecting the sun’s rays. Continue reading Valley of Fire – beautiful escape from Las Vegas
It was our first new year celebration after marriage and because it is a once in a lifetime experience, we wanted to make it special. We had been looking for a much needed break for our special occasion, and had no great plans in mind, just wanted to stroll around in warm winter sun on the streets of a cozy village. Why Solvang?. Its location … Continue reading Solvang – a piece of Denmark in California
The most scenic byways are designated as All-American Roads and Scenic route 12 is the only All-American road in Utah.
Route 12 was the part of our 10 days long – Las Vegas and Canyonlands trip. We took Byway 12 from its intersection with US-89 and ended at Torrey/Capitol Reef via Bryce canyon. Continue reading All-American Road – Scenic Byway 12