The Gonzo Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews The Gonzo Inn Moab
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Today was a long day of driving and while tomorrow will not be, these days require lots of patience and pit stops. Our first outstrip had a small arcade and we let the girls play a few games - Claire is a claw machine master! After burning some energy we headed back to the car. It is a strange weather day, lots of clouds and rain but scattered around so it is never all one type of sky. We drove through the Painted Desert and it ...
... slowed me down but the boys did pretty well with it. After lunch we went back out to the Arches National Park. We really liked this park. It was only about 10 minutes outside of town. We were able to see the entire park in the afternoon. We took a couple of hikes in the park to see the arches up close. We hiked to the North Windows Arch and then to the Double Arch. ...
... like a giant jigsaw puzzle only with huge pieces missing out of the ground! What a perfect day to view these sights!
Driving back out of the park we saw completely different views, one such freestanding rock was like looking at Monument Valley all over again...cue the cowboy song Paulie!
Our time in Moab, our teepee, Arches National Park, Canyonlands ...
... to Mesa Verde (and the hour drive out to the main road), we drove to Moab, Utah (5th state of the trip!). On our way, our windshield got extremely dirty because bugs were flying into it, much to our dismay because we clean it every time we are at a gas station! It wasn't that big of a deal but we were a little disappointed because it was a great sunset (with the rocks, moon, and lots of pinks and oranges and yellows) but couldn't ...
... was over all too soon. We drove through the town of Moab and checked in and set up at Portal RV. There is a side for owners where there are fancy, huge A class RVs, and then there is a side for whoever. The whoever side is nice also. They have gravel sites though, tiny gravel. Lucas's shoes brought in the tiny rocks constantly. Stepping on one later with bare feet hurts! They have a sand volleyball court and a "swimming" pond. We didn't get it but it looks like it has ...