Kokopelli Lodge & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKokopelli Lodge & Suites Moab
Die Kokopelli Lodge hatten wir für zwei Übernachtungen gebucht. Die Zimmer sind recht klein. Auch die Nasszelle war gerade so ausreichend. Bei schönem Wetter kann man aber vor der Zimmertür an einer kleinen Sitzgarnitur entspannen. Die Rezeption ist nicht dauerhaft besetzt, daher sollte man die Anreisezeiten beachten.
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Day Ten -- Santa Fe to Moab
We left Santa Fe about 10 am to make the 6.5 hour drive to Moab. The route is easy with good roads, some beautiful scenery and some really drab scenery. This was our longest drive in a single day so we settled in for the long haul.
We had thought we would stop to picnic near Farmington, but we figured …
... salt, rock. Of course its only a theory thats millions of year in the making. We drove into Canyonlands National Park and again was able to view many rock formations along the way. It turns out that Spring and Fall are the busy times to be here so there wasn't any space in any of the parks. We got a space in Moab instead. Tomorrow we will head towards ...
... any grass and the pet walking area is a fenced in piece of dirt with fake fire hydrants in them. When you have 2 Golden Retrievers who are used to peeing on grass, it makes it difficult.
On the other hand it has cable and a great wi-fi service. After we settled in, we went into Moab and got a pizza and beer and a few groceries.
We plan on staying here at least 2 days while we explore the Arches National Park and Canyonlands National ...
... for a slumber on the long journey ahead. We picked up our luxury passenger at his hotel, who appeared refreshed and revived, but we were all happy to have had such a unusually experience and didn't envy the cost of his restful night!
As we hit the road, we were treated to wide, open spaces. This was faming country with tiny hamlets of two or three houses, closed restaurants and the occasional RV park. The roads were empty. No other cars came towards us, ...
... top, to take care because snakes, scorpions etc. would possibly be in the little crevices we were using as hand holds.
Onwards to North and South windows arch that are called The Glasses and took the unmade route back to the car- a bit of scrambling. Balancing Rock, Fiery Furnace, Devils Garden and Pin Reee Arch where Ruth and Tom "pined" for home.
By this time it was 12ish and the heat of the day had kicked in. We brought about ...