Ramada Moab Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travel Blogs from Moab
... shops and galleries, we found a local bar to detain us for a while. McSfiff's bar (right next door to Woody's bar - I kid you not!) was a true American bar with booths, beer stations and great country and western decor. Their beer selection was extensive - locally micro-brewed ales from Utah were low on percentage due to the state laws, but they had a huge variety of bottled beers from around the USA, including some that emulated beers from around the world. There ...
... were still able to hike when they were our age!! (Other people on the trail as they passed, would say things like, 'You are both doing so well.' Unfortunately this often came over to us as a little condescending. Although I do realise that I was probably looking very red in the face & therefore not coping very well.)
The last hour of the walk was the hardest for me because by this time the temperature had reached around 38°C (100°F). All ...
... off of the Hermit trail approx 4 weeks ago that had been missing since 2010. That means when Linda and I hiked a portion of the Hermit in 2012 we may have passed a body that had fallen somewhere in the concealed cliffs and rocky areas of the Hermit. Kind of weird to think about.Soon the Rodeo is taking us to a well deserved shower. Now a shower after 4 days in the Grand Canyon would be worth at least $ 50 to each of us but a couple ...
... which is where you approach it from, you are basically on the rim of an ampitheatre with the arch a little below you. You can sit and admire it with the red rock rolling away to the still snow clad (just a little) La Sal Mountains in the very background - which hopefully change colour as the sun sets. Ron wasn't that lucky, but it was good none-the-less. A hundred or more people there I guess. By the time Ron got back to the vehicle it was nearly ...