Travel Blogs from Moab
... off of that and whatever way you went or whatever hike you took, you got to see a completely different kind of arch and formations and I thought that was really interesting. It never got boring or same old same old. I am going to sleep on this tonight and we have probably about nine hours at the airport tomorrow to give my overall feelings about the trip and the different spots we went to. Tomorrow is going to be one long day with about a ...
... of water and drank the lot but we managed to get a bit of heat exhaustion. We suddenly got it why mostly everyone else just pulled up to the Viewpoint, rolled down the window or nipped out of the car for a minute to take photos and then move on. V practical approach.
We were all pretty hot,tired and irritable so retired to the Visitor Centre and slept through their film in a lovely air conditioned cinema. OK Anne and Tom ...
We broke the 100,000 miles on our odometer! Coincidentally, we did this exactly as we parked the car for a mid-day lunch break. While parked, perhaps ominously, a few big black ravens decided to check out our car.
After Lulu spent the early morning mailing her broken laptop off to her employer (Don't worry, in a few days she'll get it back so she can finish her project.) ...
... to a unique landmark. This is the only place in the United States where four states intersect at one point: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado. It is in the middle of nowhere, very remote. The Navajo have built an outdoor market around the marker. If you shop carefully you can find some wonderful native master ...
... go there at sunrise trying to get the perfect picture of the sun coming up through the arch. I'll pass on that fun. We got some good pictures and didn't have to push anybody out of the way. We drove to more outlooks and then decided to head back to Moab.
We got something to eat and are now in our little air-conditioned cabin. It's finally cool in here. I miss the nice cool weather, but I do NOT miss that rain.
TripAdvisor Reviews Westwood Guesthouse Moab
Other places to stay in Moab
815 South Main St., Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $190
- This place made our vacation enjoyable
- Loved it
- Beatiful La Quinta Inn Moab
711 S Main St, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $125
1515 Hwy 191 North, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $194
- Very Comfortable
- Best Motel on this vacation!
- Nice clean place
182 S. Main St., Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $168
16 S Main Street, Moab | 4 star hotelfrom $215
- Big Rooms!
- Good value base for Canyonlands and Arches
- Great Stay at a Reasonable Price
800 S. Main St., Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $145
105 South Main Street, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $186
- Very basic!
- One of the best place to stay
- Definitely the hotel for us.
1051 S Main, Moab | Hotelfrom $127
- Clean and Comfortable with a Nice Outdoor Pool
- Cheap and comfortable
- GREAT HOTEL IN MOAB
71 West 200 North, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $100
168 North Main Street, Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $134
488 North Main Street, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $213
1551 North Highway 191, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $150
- Great stay at Aarchway
- Dingy + Loud = Aarchway
- Great location,quiet setting and great room
166 South 400 East, Moab | Hotelfrom $88
Mile Post 14 Hwy 128, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $262
- Great Value
- Beautiful accomodations
- Awe struck!
100 W. 200 South, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $190
988 North Main Street, Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $94
- Noisy bud Okay
- Very convenient and good value
- Good place to stay