Motel 6 Moab
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Arches , the Turret Arch as well as the rock formations known as the Parade of Elephants. This didn't require too much imagination to see either. Believe it or not there are about 2,000 Arches in the Park. We managed to see about 12!!! A great day and especially worth the climb in heat to see Delicate Arch. My heart was well and truly exercised! Next day it was off to Dead Horse Point sadly named for the horses corralled on the rock peninsula where the cowboys took the ...
... shops and galleries, we found a local bar to detain us for a while. McSfiff's bar (right next door to Woody's bar - I kid you not!) was a true American bar with booths, beer stations and great country and western decor. Their beer selection was extensive - locally micro-brewed ales from Utah were low on percentage due to the state laws, but they had a huge variety of bottled beers from around the USA, including some that emulated beers from around the world. There ...
... sitting under any shade they could find and park guide was reminding everyone to take at least one quart of water with them on the trail, she looked at me bemused, I only had a camera. Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the mid-day sun!
We finished our visit with a trip up to the Devils Garden, needless to say we didn't attempt the 4.2 mile trek to Double O Arch.
After leaving the park and grabbed lunch at Denny's and ...
... prey, the gods were smiling, today was a good day!
The tour was almost over, three hours had flown by in what seemed like only an hour. Before we left the valley however we stopped off to meet a Navajo family who lived in the valley, take a look at their Hogan structure and purchase some handcrafted jewellery.
As we neared the visitors centre and re-joined the tourist trail we also passed some very fed-up looking American OAPs who were sat ...
... useful" – touché! We hiked all the way to the point where you can go no further without a wilderness permit, an area called Wall Street. Here you are standing in a 10-foot (3 meter) wide gulch with towering grey granite walls jetting at least 1000 feet (330 meters) above you. Pretty amazing indeed. Although we took plenty of photos, it is just not possible to capture the grandeur of the scenery in a photograph.
Upon returning to camp that evening we ...