Ramada Moab Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travel Blogs from Moab
... to a raging torrent that was flowing violently past us, pulling plants and stones into its strong currents. The water continued to rise as we watched, getting closer and closer to spilling over the edge. Fortunately, the tents had been pitched on the higher ground and we were soon rescued by the gang who took us to our hotel, where we fell gratefully into our soft beds with clean sheets and fluffy pillows and drifted off into a contented, damp-free sleep.
States added: Arkansas ...
... Utah, a little tourist town in between mountains and two national parks (Canyonlands and Arches National Park) where people head to for extreme sports and recreational activities. It's an adventure wonderland (kayaking, white water rafting, hiking, skydiving, mountain biking, etc...) and I think a really cool town (has cool restaurants, bars, shops, and even their own microbrewery). Def want to come back. I stayed in a basic cabin in a ...
Last night we decided to let the kids sleep in and just unwind until late afternoon, when the temperatures would be cooler (hopefully) to see Canyonlands NP.
We're recalling a line from Disney’s Peter Pan movie. You may recall that the Darling children end up in an Indian encampment. And the Indians (yes, very politically incorrect) sing a song, "What Makes the Red Man Red?" Well, we can tell you what makes the red man red ...
... Spanish to each other, and we felt misplaced. The kids were unwilling to relinquish territory, however, and luckily, another family came in with small children, so as Mac said, the kids ruled! We stayed another half hour or so, but not before the lap swimmers went home with their tails between their legs. Mind you, we have nothing against the elderly. In fact, we love them. But these folks were just plain rude to our kids. Momma bear was ...