Wayside Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Wayside Motor Inn Monticello
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... with lots to look at.
Fabulous little cafe right next to the Sleepy Hollow gave us huge Americanos and a stack of whole grain pancakes to start the day.. Yummm. We got an even earlier start - 9:30 am!!
With the aid of modern technology, we almost pulled off a meet up with Scott and Anne and the MacDougalls in Moab. Alas, it was not to be. However we did enjoy a nice lunch in Moab. They must have passed us going north out of Moab when we ...
... over, over hanging rocks to watch out for, and all with a sheer drop into the canyon! Who has time to worry about bears! It takes us about an hour to get to the petroglyphs, only 1.2 miles along the trail. The petroglyphs were amazing as was the journey, glad we did it! Dinner tonight at the local diner. Food was good and there's even entertainment - 2 old guys playing guitars and singing country songs - they were pretty good, got our feet ...
... that is the country we passed thru in the NE corner of AZ. We could see all the bad weather around us but, believe it or not it did not touch us. Just some wind when we started up 191. It was a good day of travel when we thot it was going to be nasty. To the powers that be we thank you. And we thank all of you who follow us and keep us in your thots. By the way, who is Rubber Ducky.? I think you got thru to Big Poppa because we got cut off by the dude. Love to all, Traveller ...
... realized we were looking at the Cliff Palace but from the wrong side of the canyon .... Navigator went into panic mode .... Lol
The Cliff Palace was the most intact of the ruins ... so fascinating ...
The Pueblo American Indians lived in communitIes with as many as 300 people living in one dwelling. Trying to imagine how these people would have lived and ...
... years old kiva, a circular room used for ceremonies.
We stayed in a private park just two miles south of Blanding that had full hookups. We needed to do laundry, fill up with water and get the internet. Pretty campground and I reviewed it below.
Friday – May 10 – Blue Mountain RV Park, Blanding, Utah. This park is located just south of Blanding, Utah on route ...