Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
Photos of Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast Moab
Travel Blogs from Moab
... br> Gannett bird colony on Island Bonaventure, Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec Province.
South Dakota, for its very strong native peoples influence. The Sioux never lost their
language and traditions.
All the wildlife from whales to buffalo and everything in between.
Cod fishing ...
... parks, we have spent this week scrambling up smooth rock slabs, edging along exposed ledges, bridging our way through narrow crevasses, and crawling through tight cracks; generally tackling some pretty testing terrain. And it's been hot hot hot! Having built up reasonable tans over the past month or two, we're back to high factor sun cream here. It's also true to say that in an uninsulated RV, it gets pretty chilly ...
... to widen the crevice. After months of working on the road the entire party of 83 wagons, 250 Mormons and over 1000 head of livestock made the descent in January 1880 to the river. The wagons were heavily roped and teams of men and oxen lowered the wagons through the upper crevice with slopes of almost 45 degrees. Below that a wooden track was constructed along a slick rock sandstone slope that used posts in ...
... for a 7 mile hike on the Devils Garden Trail, where there were plenty of natural rock arches to explore. We finished the trail around noon. We drove out of the park towards the Holiday Inn… arched out, hot and sore from the day before. We ate sandwiches and took a nap. We awoke feeling relatively rested and got ready for the Moab Brewery where we would try a local brew and grab a nice meal. One last hurrah, before setting off on the road towards Texas… Aaahhhhh!... good ...
The rest of our time was spent trying to find free campsites but we were just going in circles….finding free wifi, googling free campsites, driving to them, finding out they are no longer free!! Whilst in McDonalds for free Wifi, we just bought a drink but the server seemed kind of confused and somehow charged us 11cents for a drink…that can’t be right?!?!
Eventually we just grabbed some chilli and a jacket potato at wendys and parked up outside a ...