Ramada Moab Downtown
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Moab
... like a few beverages after our long day of travel. So we head out to the liquor store and grab a few ciders for the night. We get back to our campground, sink a few ciders each and catch up on some WIFI whilst it’s working. Before we know it, it’s around 10pm and we decide it’s time for lights out. We said we wanted to complete the most difficult hike of the park at sunrise to beat the heat and crowds so this involves getting up at 6am, so yes, its lights out time for ...
... on multiple hairpin curves and switchbacks. We literally went up the side of a cliff on a one lane gravel road with no side rails. I knew I was in trouble when Austin said, “Dad, don’t you think you ought to blow the horn before going around these sharp curves in case someone else is coming?” You better believe that I did it from then on. We finally made it to the top. We stopped at one point ...
... views. Luckily, our finicky bedroom A/C unit is acting properly here since we will not be opening any windows due to the presence of wind and blowing dirt.
The plan for our four night stay is to spend our first full day in Canyonlands and the second full day in Arches. The other days are reserved for exploring based on what we learn about the area and what we find interesting. This turns out to be an excellent plan since Tropical Storm Andres (the name ...
... up being at the Lower Onion Campground which is opposite the Fisher Towers. The area was absolutely stunning and the river was still close enough for us to hear it at night.
Our first mission was to get lunch, our second mission was to get water, our third mission was to set up our camper which we had dumped at the site and deserted in order to complete the other missions. Moab has 4 restaurants listed as being dog friendly. We hit up Eddie McStiffs for some grub and ...