Inn at the Canyons
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsInn at the Canyons Monticello
Great friendly staff, good location, great pool and hot tub. Nice rooms. It's not the Versace, but it's far from being a dive. Good value for money
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Travel Blogs from Monticello
... mark. No one knows, to the day, what any of these mean. Amazing.
The first carvings at the Newspaper Rock site were made around 2,000 years ago, left by people from the Archaic, Anasazi, Fremont, Navajo, Anglo, and Pueblo cultures.
In Navajo, the rock is called "Tse' Hone'" which translates to a ...
... in heading south. Then we were in Arches at the same time, but in different areas, so missed each other again. Happy trails guys!
Our abode tonight is the Monticello Inn Motel in Monticello, Utah. Old style drive in motel, but updated furnishings. Very friendly orange cat here, tried to break into our room. Darned entitled kitties - what can you do?
Booking our first two nights in Taos, NM, where we’ll head off to tomorrow.
adios for ...
... sitting under a picnic table for shade because my tent turned into an oven at 7am. I wish I could just get out of here, but I don't think it's safe to bike 75 miles in the sun in my condition. What if I become too exhausted and need to stop for the day? I have no idea what the terrain is like other than there's elevation gain. I'm considering trying to hitch hike, but I doubt anyone will have room for my bike. I feel ...
... will also be keeping an eye on the weather. I estimate I am 1,400 miles from home.
i felt Lori's presence very strongly to day . . . It was a bit odd . . . I just felt happy to have her with with me . . . I was not overwhelmed with grief.
My internet connection is horrible here so I will be uploading pictures tomorrow. I took some last night at Bryce Canyon as the sun was setting too.
... realized we were looking at the Cliff Palace but from the wrong side of the canyon .... Navigator went into panic mode .... Lol
The Cliff Palace was the most intact of the ruins ... so fascinating ...
The Pueblo American Indians lived in communitIes with as many as 300 people living in one dwelling. Trying to imagine how these people would have lived and ...