The Gonzo Inn
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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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... the arches and the windows and taking pictures we walked back to the car on the easier hike, which made me even happier we had done the primitive trail to begin with, because the background scenery from behind was so much nicer and worth the extra hiking. It really was beautiful back there. On the way down to the visitor center we stopped and saw Balanced Rock and the Courthouse Wash and Three Gossips from the Park Avenue Trail. That ...
... pioneers on practical lines. The Gossipers, the Reading Glasses etc. As we walked/ drove through you could 'see' forms in the rock and we named a few!
Straight to Double Arch- used in Indiana Jones and the Final Crusade. We were second family there and had a free run for about 20 minutes. We all clambered up to the base of the arch in the cool of the morning. It was great fun if slightly hairy. Tom helpfully pointing out, as we ...
I think we were aw struck from the gate to the exit. It is one wow after another wow.
We started early, went through the entrance 10 minutes before the park officially opened. Temps were in the high 70's. We were able to see and hike all we wanted by noon, temps were up to the high 90's by ...
... to round up wild mustangs and corral them on the point. They would pick out the horses they wanted and leave the others ones there with no water or way to get out... even though they could see the Colorado River below. The place is beautiful, but I hate how it got its name.
While we were taking pictures, I turn around and see a little girl standing on the wall overlooking the canyon below! Her dad was ...
... width but not quite as deep and layered. We were there as the sun went down so we could see the shadows of the rolling sandunes at the bottom and the jaggered look of the canyon walls. Near the canyon entrance we camped the night for $5 each, which pretty much paid for the use of their toilet paper in the drop dunny. There wasn't much else around, tomorrow will be our 5th day without a shower. Luckily our interview today is over Skype and she can't get a whiff of our ...