Castle Valley Inn
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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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... Our just over four hour drive to Moab exposes us to vast stretches of nothingness. I mean to tell you that there is just rolling ground full of rocks and low shrubs and rocky hills and mountains everywhere. When we hit a section of the Rocky Mountains, it required the maximum torque our RAM 2500 with Cummings Diesel engine had to offer. I am glad we went with the Diesel option – we had no trouble climbing or descending the mountain passes towing our 14,000 pound ...
... to return to the B&B for breakfast was strong so we descended in record time and drove back to our accommodation. We were not disappointed, an amazing breakfast awaited of egg and sausages with corn flake covered french toast - a rail roaders meal apparently. The grape fruit before breakfast is a real Texan thing we discovered.
Every great road trip is haltered by a laundry stop. We paid the local laundry a visit ...
Arriving in Moab was disappointing....at first. The original plan was to camp at Goose Island on the Colorado River on highway 128. I've camped there several times before, but never the week before Memorial Day. Doh!!! The campground I wanted was close to the town of Moab, but I knew there were many other campgrounds along the river the further we drove from town. We had to drive a good 20 minutes along the river to find an available BLM site. Our final camping ...
... so options other than downhill biking was discussed! I was happy to be on the bike, despite the cold, as the scenery again was awe inspiring looking out at the rocking canyons, mesas and plateaus that we biked earlier in week. A plan “B” was quickly established and we decide to hike.
Ah, what a great decision that was! We decided to hike most of the day with some biking at slightly lower altitudes. We enjoyed ...
... all went without a murmur! If they could it , I should- so I did, but it was a tentative pose and with the next gust of wind....I used the must have three points of contact rule, possibly, four!It was very exciting.We had our picnic lunch in the wind.Walked as much as we could manage and drove the circuit to get in as many of the spectacular sights as possible. We did well for a 7+ hour visit.This is a great place and we enjoyed the day very much.
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