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Travel Blogs from Manti
... landing. We began our climb (in 45 degree heat) and a few turned back due to the difficulty and also the fact that the hike was due to take us to very high, narrow cliffs. I carried on but I found it tough! Very tough! I nearly gave up and turned back but with the help of the group, I made it to the top! The hike took 4 hours in total and was well worth the pain of reaching the top! The views were fantastic! The trip to our campsite took a further 40 minutes and included a ...
... trying to diagnose the problem. It was less than fun.
Steve found an off-ramp and quickly exited, parking on the shoulder of the road in the dirt. Chris was still moaning from the rear if the car. I got out to help keep the dogs contained. When I opened the door, Chris yelled to get out of the way and leaped out of the car. A total crazy person was on the loose! H e was in such an inconsolable state that he just kept going then tripped ...
... the room we got is.) I had some course work I had to finish on my computer. All Hampton Inns give you free wi-fi. For the price Hampton Inns are usually my first choice- you have to remember what breakfast and wi-fi cost else where.
Went to Dirt Seekers at 7pm -they were a bit more money than we wanted to spend but they were doing the trip just for us at the time we requested. The guys were really nice here. I tried the ...
... a really good steak that came with delicious clam chowder, fresh string beans and crispy french fries. It was the best meal I ever had for less than $20. We walked back to the hotel and got the car. Then we drove to Temple Square just to see where it was.We'll go there tomorrow morning.The rooms at the Hampton are clean and basic. It didn't have a refrigerator but we asked for one and got it.
... that one should see the sunset at the Window Arches.....so we timed our day well and were at the Windows for the sunset. The view was spectacular......the rays on the setting sun could be seen on the red rocks...which made it look spectacular. We clicked pictures from all the angles and retired to bed after a hectic day :) There are nice Mexican and steakhouse places to dine out at Moab. A hummer ride or renting a RTV is highly recommended if ...
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