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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Gonzo Inn Moab
We decided to treat ourselves to a night at the Gonzo and it was a treat. Great decor; bright, clean, comfortable and luxurious.
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We drove about 45 minutes along the river road until we got to the put in. Gunner would point out rock features along the way.
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