Ramada Moab Downtown
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
Travel Blogs from Moab
... our own — and decided to complete our “test” by riding over a small bridge over the Colorado River. Although my family left me in the dust most of the week, they were cautious with me on Day One.
We ended the day with a casual group meal in town and got acquainted with our wonderful group of 15 Road Scholar bikers….including three first timers! The adventure begins ...
... have a perfectly lovely Mexican meal at Miguel's Mexican Grill.
The backstory to our Moab stay was the weather. Mostly cloudy with a lot of thunderstorms thrown in. We felt like we were rushing around trying to beat this storm or that, chasing patches of elusive sun and blue sky. There was the full moon Ranger led hike at the Windows arch that didn't take place due to ...
... It was so fun-- best decision ever! It had indoor/outdoor pools, a large slide, two diving boards, a lazy river-- the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
We finished up the rest of the afternoon with a quality happy hour- margaritas, ceviche, and live music-- before meeting Ben and Anna again for tacos and a game of "Cards Against Humanity" back at the camper.
For our last day in Moab, we met Ben and Anna for breakfast at ...
... Next stop: Devils Garden at the end of the park's drive/road. We walked as far as Landscape Arch, also to Pine Tree & Tunnel Arches (about 1.5 miles. Easy hike through narrow stone 'fins'. Love the desert wildflowers, flowering cacti and gnarled, low pines.
77 degrees by end of hike but quite windy so very comfortable.
Drove out the spur road to Delicate Arch viewpoint and came across a busload of senior citizens. The drove to ...