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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Valley Inn Moab
It was on the banks of Colorado river. It had fruit trees.
Inn keeper name was Mercedes, was Mexican & had lemonade & choc cookies ready.
There was a black cat & dog for Devesh to enjoy.
Rooms were most spacey of all the places we visited. They were the beautiful as well due to ya wooden theme. It was located at a quite place, which had a pitch dark night.
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