Ramada Moab Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that they have different names for them in each country. Italy give them the best name - the Poofes. Papa Smurf is brilliantly named Grande Poofe. Superb! By the time we left, Erica was pretty wasted and we strolled out onto the street, expecting to find the weather conditions the same as we left them.
What we didn't expect as we we merged from the bar was a torrential downpour! The sky had turned black and the rain was lashing down, bouncing off the pavements. We had to ...
... off at Woody’s Bar to rehydrate with three glasses of Cutthroat Ale. Suitably refreshed we went back to see if the washing was done and float the idea of dinner.
Dinner was a margarita pizza with extra anchovies from Zac’s bar and grill, washed down with another beer (dehydration kills!). Bellies full, feeling slightly fuzzy (from the altitude) and very sleepy we returned to the motel and made up for the previous night’s appalling ...
... dead and dying sage and Douglas Fir, many past their life span, providing interesting artifacts to view.
I am finding it difficult to present the reality of what we are seeing. I try to describe it, and I take photos of it, but unless you are actually here, you cannot begin to experience what it truly is, how massive it is. When I stand at a vista, my eyes and mind see 180 degrees of what is around me, but when I take a photo, I ...
... goes on endlessly, with just huge impressive 'monuments’ of rock jutting up here and there.
We stayed at Goulding’s lodge where all the film casts and crews used to stay (except that we were in the campground area and not the actual lodge part - that was just 5 minutes down the road). John Wayne’s cabin is still there and is kept as a tourist attraction for the visitors. They even show John Ford/John Wayne movies in the theatre there every night ...