Moab Land Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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This morning we could not get breakfast ion the hotel as Best Western do not do breakfast for groups. We found a 'diner half a block down the road' that did a satisfactory continental breakfast and were then driven into Canyonland National Park. As the name suggests this park is full of deep canyons cut through the sandstone by either the Green River or the Colorado River. We followed ...
... photos than the ones we are uploading to this blog but we were only able at the moment to upload photos taken with the iPhone where we are limited due to storage space! Having spent more than eight hours in the park and walked about 15,000 steps we headed back to the hotel for a refreshing dip in the pool. Helen and Alex then had a nice dinner in the hotel restaurant while Mark and Tom enjoyed some free time and less exotic food in the ...
... my reading glasses while unhooking and then we ran over them with the MH, good thing I have spares. We got setup in about 45 minutes and decided to go eat. We drove downtown and parked and then walked down the street to decide where to eat. We decided on eating at the Wild Rose and Steve and I ate buffalo and elk. It was pretty good, but not great. We finished up by stopping at DQ and getting blizzards. Back at the GG we got showers and went to bed at ...
... amuse myself for awhile, paying a visit to the local microbrewery and reading the local free sheets in the lobby until finally - at 3.40 - they had a room for me. With time in hand until the others arrived I did some washing and then wrote this entry.
Moab seems to have an inordinate number of eating places for such a small place, so I think we'll be spoilt for choice tonight.
Today we had all day to spend in Arches National Park. We spent that time hiking in the Devil's Garden area of Arches. This hiking includes plenty of opportunity to climb on rocks, if that is what you like to do. The hike itself includes several natural arches, some of which are huge and all of them are interesting.
Overnight, there were some storms in the area and this resulted in flash flood warnings in the area, so we had to check with the park rangers ...
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