Adobe Abode Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdobe Abode Bed & Breakfast Moab
The place is beautiful but the service is not the greatest. The proprietor tends to not be on site all the time therefore you ahem to call before you check in for the day. Adobe Abode is conveniently located to downtown Moab and to all the parks. I would recommend this to others but beware that there are a couple of issues.
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Up early, breakfast at 7:20, bags gone just after 8, on the bus by 9:00, that was the order for this morning ... We left Denver and headed west along I70, climbing up to just over 11,000ft and under the continental divide through the Eisenhower tunnel. We dropped down into Vail for our lunch break, just so happened to be a farmers market in town today, so we explored the market and had a bit of ...
... the wrong place at the wrong time and this wasn't our time.
We left Denver at 7.30 on the bus for another day of magnificent scenery. Headed west to cross the Rockies then south into Utah. From granite pine forest, to sandstone and finally desert, the scenery continually changing as we ascended to ...
... so did we. There was grit everywhere.
Early in the day we decided that we were going to come back to the park after dinner and take the 3 mile hike up to the Delicate Arch. At the end of the day we decided not to. We climbed up a path to see it from a mile away and after that, we knew that our ship had sailed and we weren’t doing a 3 mile hike. We saw people in the ...
... short trail, only about a mile, but because of the time of day and the fact it was uphill, it tired us all out. We went back to the campsite for lunch and then went to town to do some shopping. After shopping we had an early supper at McStiff's Restaurant and then made our way over to Moab Adventures for a sunset hummer safari in the back country. I have a new respect for hummers after seeing the terrain over which we drove. Some of ...
... is vast with the only bit accessible by road being the "Island in the Sky". The rest are on the other side of the canyon.
Highlights were definitely Mesa Arch and the Colorado River. Mesa Arch is very deceptive. Everyone raves but it looks like nothing until you stand next to it and the there is this awesome view. It faces East and the sunrise is meant to be stunning.
We went back for ...