Courtyard by Marriott Grand Junction
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After a great Halloween, me and Dev woke up after just over three hours sleep, packed, and ate breakfast in record fast time, and made our way to the station. When we arrived, the service on our Amtrak was delayed, and as it turned out, our 8:05am train ended up having an estimated arrival time of 2pm! After only three hours sleep this was the worst timing for this kind of issue to spring up! As a result, we ...
... trails along the Sevier River, which flows north beside the highway for many miles. We saw many rafts on this river floating over the rapids and the less turbulent waters along their route.
Eventually we drove into what I will call the "chocolate mountains". They are a cocoa brown color and it is hard to see the green sage growing on the mountainsides because of the dark color. And we saw fields of black-eyed susans and fertile farm land all ...
... towns were basically clumps of small demountable houses in areas that seemed to show no significance. this whole trip across the desert had left me with absolutely no phone reception since the Grand Canyon so no one seems interested in this area. Maybe it was because it was a reservation and therefore the appropriate authorities are not able to put up any cell towers. This was a little annoying as I was relying on my ...
We made our way to Arches NP on the advice of Amy and Wayne. This is the area Amy was raised in. The Arches were a spetacular collection of natural features similar to the bridges but formed by rain, wind, and ice erosion. We walked to the close ones and ...
... at our TripAdvisor gathering in Moab. Rick suggested a drive up through the Colorado National Monument. They look at it everyday from their house the same way that we look at the Chapel of the Holy Cross vista in Sedona from ours. We had never been there before and it was an awesome way to begin our journey. The drive through the park is about 20 miles and with a couple of brief stops it took us just over an hour. We had dinner in town at Bin707 where the food ...