Moab Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Moab
... we traversed were as much as 47% and at some points we were either looking straight up at the sky or straight down. In all honesty I did not really enjoy this experience. It was very bumpy and I started to experience motion sickness. I ended up sitting in the front passenger seat which helped with the motion sickness problem but which gave me a hair-raising view of where we were going. It seemed like absolute insanity to put so ...
... a scenic drive and found an incredible canyon view. Climbed up high on the rocks for a better view and ended up in some Asian woman's photos. Spent a while yelling things into the canyon and laughing at the echo. Ended the evening with steaks and potatoes cooked on the ...
... the old people, we both loved it and would probably do the whole day trip next time.
After that, we came back to the cabin and got ready to go to Arches National Park. By this time, it was really REALLY hot outside. The highs yesterday and today have been right around 100. Dry, humid, whatever... 100 is HOT! When we got out to Arches, we picked up our tickets to the Fiery Furnace hike that we were doing with ...
... out pneumonia, they diagnosed her with bronchitis and gave her some meds. After that, we had lunch at BluPig, a BBQ place next to the hotel, and then took the dogs to Moab Barkery, which has a self-serve dog wash.
We then all headed back to Canyonlands NP for the afternoon/evening. As we started walking to the first observation point, D realized that soles of her hiking boots had ...
Today was a traveling day. Well, before we drove from Cedar City, UT to Moab, UT, Milo & Mark wanted to watch the Netherlands play Mexico of course in the second round at the World Cup. The game started at 10AM (mountain time), which allowed them to watch the first half in the hotel room. During half-time, we checked out of the hotel, packed the car and drove 2 miles south to finish the game at a local Starbucks with free ...