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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... concentration of natural sandstone arches in the world. We marveled at how many of the monoliths appear to be ready to topple over. The terrain is almost ghost-like with unique formations appearing out of nowhere.
We enjoyed several strolls down the main drag in Moab, stopping for bites to eat and listening to various local entertainers. We stayed 3 nights in the Canyonlands RV ...
... man in his 70's, I think, who made a few philosophical comments along the way that I thought were awesome. He at one point quite cheerfully referred to "our duty as humans to die". There was an elderly woman who looked to be at least 80, no more than 5 ft tall, about 90 lbs, very fit. She had the bluest eyes and was wearing the shortest possible denim shorts. She was cute as ...
... a perfect situation. We did, however, feel guilty for leaving the rest of the group in the lurch, but they wanted to experience the adventure of camping in the rain. We also felt like we were wimping out on the adventure, but we really couldn't face the rain again! Especially after the night in the damp teepee!
We did, however, join our group (friends too by this point) for dinner, a gorgeous Italian pasta combo made by chef Stefano. It was a real team ...
... food was amazing & the peach & coffee shakes were awesome. Greg had a chicken burger, I had grilled chicken salad and we shared fries.
We then drove out to Canyonlands & to the Island in the Sky drive (4 hrs with walks). The Visitor Centre had another interesting DVD on the park. Our first stop was Mesa Arch - our first arch and it was awesome. Just a short walk to it and you could walk up on it (all the parks have the policy of 'Your ...
We got to Arches just after noon. After entering the park, we parked the car and had lunch as we studied the map and decided on a plan of attack. The park is made up of the most beautiful rock formations in red and orange. Here is a snippet from the park pamphlet:
"The park lies atop an underground salt bed that is responsible for the arches, spires, balanced rocks, sandstone fins ...