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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... the same views and similar looking formations, they are really different and have their own unique beauty. We hiked a lot today and I didn't get as many pictures because I was just too tired to keep pulling my camera back out. It was fun and I’m looking forward to tomorrow. We are headed to Escalante and are planning on hiking through some more slot canyons on our ...
... we started at 8am through an area called Devils Garden and it wasn't called that for nothing! Most of the time we were literally rock climbing and walking along precarious edges and with the ever increasing heat this was probably our most challenging hike for a long time! After we had completed the hike we left the park to hibernate in a cool café during the heat of ...
... by the pool showing the temperature to be 100 degrees F in the shade at 5.45pm. Fortunately the beers over here are brilliant. Many draft local brewery beers to choose from with the amber being very similar to a UK bitter so need to put up with freezing cold, gassy rubbish. PS. A point of clarification- Phil's "hat" is a golf/baseball cap so nothing too strange. However Chris is now sporting a jaunty cowgirl hat though I'm afraid not in time for today's ...
... That bolder up there looks a bit loose. Later I learn that in 1991, a rock slab 60 feet long and 11 feet wide and 4 feet thick fell from the underside of Landscape Arch leaving behind an even thinner ribbon of rock. That would damage a set of truck keys!
Our next hike is another Strenuous trail to Devil’s Garden. We elect not to hike the full 7.2 miles of the trail, but cut out the last leg and complete the 5 mile portion instead. The two main ...
... for dinner. The B&B we are staying at must be one of the best I have visited, the room is very large with a king size bed, ensuite and walk in robe! The shared facilities are expansive with a lovely back garden, pool and spa.
Mid-west country music and a good ol' fashioned burger topped off the day. Having a beer and listening to live music in the midwest was a satisfying way to end a long ...