The Monticello Inn
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Travel Blogs from Monticello
... headed the right way but the first two miles were hell. Legs were heavy, head was heaving, mouth dry despite sucking on the 'rade all the way around. The views opened up and the canyoning abated and I started to get into my swing and 4 miles in, when I saw that I was only a mile from the end, I was really flying; in less than 15 minutes I was staring down a cliff at the confluence of two great rivers.
It was not much to see actually a ...
... br> Always neat to see wildlife--10-15 deer along the road to Canyonlands. Majestic mountains everywhere. Visitor Center for maps and best places for views--Wooden Shoe Arch and picnic area trail for closest view of "needles" without hiking the 11-mile trail.
... It's a little hard to find. It's mid-way between milepost 79 and 80... but we never saw either milepost. But it's the only thing out there so we found it. Rustic, no phone, no TV, no wi-fi, no ice, no hairdryer, no shampoo, no chair in the room. I knew all that before we went so we were prepared. It was clean and nice, knotty pine, and lots of character in the whole place! Artifacts, mining ...
... know what was going on. It's got a highway junction. It was bizarre. We stopped at McDonald's for lunch and so John could check the Internet regarding a reservation. A lady knocked on our door trying to sell us jewelry. There are so many Navajo jewelry stands all across the part of Arizona we saw. I wonder how much money they make. There are many desolate looking areas.
21 miles north of Kayenta is Monument Valley. Those ...
... the lovely mountains and a little Mozart on our Sirius-XM radio when we had caught up with them. They were in a ragged cluster and dismounted their bikes as soon as we reached them. Unbeknown to us in our cozy little cocoon of a van, there were tremendous headwinds blowing and even pedaling full speed on the downhills they could barely reach 10 miles an hour. Today was another 100 mile day. They would not make it if they continued to average the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed