Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... shot. We were lucky to get great colours and no traffic, so see us playing on the road to get 'the' photo. :-) Driving through Utah and Arizona we were still surrounded by snow! We stopped for a toilet stop at Blanding, which turned into an impromptu snow fight - the snow outside the visitor centre was so soft, dry and fluffy. So there we were pelting handfuls of snowcat each other and cracking up laughing ..... then we went into the visitor centre and bought some ...
... we have the ability to view up close in all their glory. After I did my headstand directly under the arch, I found a cozy little spot on the side of the cliff to enjoy the sunset and take it all in. About an hour went by before I made a new friend, Darren, who was in the process of making a move from LA to Boulder, and we just so happened to cross paths at that moment. We watched the sunset together and then hiked down the mountain and shared our stories of ...
Arches National Park, Moab, Utah. Wow! It is hard to describe just what we saw within the National Park, but we had a wonderful time. It never ceases to amaze us what the effects of wind and water can have on the landscape. We took several hikes in the park and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. The best of the best was the 3.5 mile hike to the "Delicate Arch". It was all uphill to get ...
... It was so fun-- best decision ever! It had indoor/outdoor pools, a large slide, two diving boards, a lazy river-- the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
We finished up the rest of the afternoon with a quality happy hour- margaritas, ceviche, and live music-- before meeting Ben and Anna again for tacos and a game of "Cards Against Humanity" back at the camper.
For our last day in Moab, we met Ben and Anna for breakfast at ...
... any grass and the pet walking area is a fenced in piece of dirt with fake fire hydrants in them. When you have 2 Golden Retrievers who are used to peeing on grass, it makes it difficult.
On the other hand it has cable and a great wi-fi service. After we settled in, we went into Moab and got a pizza and beer and a few groceries.
We plan on staying here at least 2 days while we explore the Arches National Park and Canyonlands National ...