Moab Land Hotel
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... of mosaics were destroyed for no real justifiable reason. Rather than destroy the floor though in this church it was merely covered over and what was underneath is a detailed mosaic map from 6th century showing the entire holy land from Egypt through to Syria and the Mediterranean down to the Red sea.
From the church we finally made it to our last supper where we enjoyed our last meal with our fantastic guide Mohammed and had our last Jordanian food which was ...
... spaces and scramble up and down large boulders but it was very beautiful. Again, I'm not sure my iPhone photos really do justice to the beauty of the scenery. After our hike we rode the van back to the Visitor Centre and then went into Moab for lunch and showers. We found an RV park that let us plug in our camper so we could charge the battery and do some laundry. The battery still wouldn't charge but Jon, being the tenacious fellow ...
... drive to drop off the RV (supposed to be by eleven am but probably more like one o'clock) and unloading the RV and then getting to the airport but having to wait for an eleven PM flight. Not dwelling on that right now though. We have packed up a lot of the stuff and done a lot of laundry. We are going to enjoy these last few hours before we clean the RV a little bit tonight and head home. Kids are enjoying the last time in the pool on ...
... d like to knock on the door and ask if we could harvest some, the tree is so laden with ripe fruit. But we haven’t seen anyone there, so we just keep walking.
Lunch was quick and casual. More downtime, with the kids on their computers, Mark catching a Cardinal’s game, Cheryl blogging and reading.
Around 4:00 we were ready to head out again. It was blazing hot, and we let Old Blue cool down a bit before we ...
... binoculars. We have binoculars, but, due to poor planning, forgot to pack those. Noah got a new pair of shades.
After dinner, the boys swam in the hotel pool and then went to bed early. We want to wake up early to go on a two-hour hike in Arches right after sunrise to beat the heat as it were. Afterward, we'll drive to the Grand Canyon by way of the Navajo National Monument. ...
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