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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... a downhill run and when you see it , it really gives you a better feel for how big things are.
We arrive in Green River, UT and this is a small city. But is famous. Green River is the home to the oldest Melon festival in the world. Now that you have the tid bit, you can forget it. Unless you plan to be on some trivia contest.
To our East the hills light up with the setting sun and look white. More tomorrow. . .
... huge boulder, perhaps 10 metres in circumference rested atop a pillar of red rock, while on the left Nefertiti - a vast piece of rock carved over time by the elements to resemble the head of the famous queen, surveyed the landscape around her on the right. This was accompanied by windows in the rock, allowing us to see straight through to the vast plains behind and the famous arches of the park came into view around every bend. Some were large in diameter, some ...
... whist I knew I could clime the ridge without any issues, I also knew I'd feel even more hot, tired and thirsty when I reached the top. Fearing that my only option to safely descend the ridge would be to grease my **** with suntan lotion I decided to turn back. It wasn't a total loss however I did get a cool picture of a lizard.
As I made my way back to the car it was clear that I'd made the right decision. There were many ...
... We took Noel Sattler's advice and went past the usual turnoff to Moab and took the UT-128 which follows the Colorado River heading west into Moab. It was truly magnificent. The towering red cliffs on the edge of the meandering river, which was very brown after the past rain, were awe-inspiring. As we crossed over the Colorado there was an old metal suspension bridge beside it - the Dewey Bridge built in 1916. There is now only one road section ...
... made me think Winchester just beat Woburn onTurkey Day to advance to the Superbowl.. It was almost as good –we were headed back to Mitt’s Mormon Mecca for ONE more night. The Grand American gave us our same room back but this time we splurged on Chic-fil-A!! Milk shakes for all my friends!! The next morning we did we went Into Travel Agent boot camp mode and created a five day itinerary. We bailed on our ...