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TravelPod Member ReviewsApache Motel Moab
The Apache is clean, comfortable and only a couple of blocks from Main Street making it easy to walk into town.
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... park would fill up quickly with very limited space to park if we wanted to do the hilke up to thee the delicate arch . So we got up well early (well for us) and had breakfast and was out on the road just after 8.00 even then it was well busy and everyone was getting really ansty about getting to the arch and plenty of road rage and illegal overtaking going on on a really dangerous and winding road . We ...
... 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 ...
... predator stopped by the side of the road, and as we watched, they began to walk nervously away in one long convoy. When we began to crawl forward, they bounded off, leaping as though on springs into the distance.
A short time later, we passed three red tailed hawks resting on the fence posts at the side of the road, and then a herd of deer wandering through the fields. Cows from the farms strolled into the roads in front of us - it was like being back ...
... had all been in vain a yellow Jeep pulled up, it was Darren and just in the nick of time. We quickly hopped inside and we were on our way.
Our tour started off by following the self-dive route before detouring into more remote restricted areas, where only those with a Jeep and permit could access.
Darren started our tour with an explanation of the traditional Navajo Hogan dwellings, a domed wooden structure covered in mud. Apparently ...
... like Mussintuchit), we noticed it was taking longer, and longer, and longer, and longer than we had planned to reach Arches (4.5+++ hours). Surprise – another high speed sunset game drive! We arrived at the park long after the ranger station had closed, but since it was mid-summer it was light until almost 10pm and we still had plenty of time to reach our campsite before dark. Well, we would have, if we hadn’t stopped to take a zillion pictures of the gorgeous landscape ...