Motel 6 Moab
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... was spectacular being in a red rock canyon in the snow! The drive to the canyon was errrrr..... exciting...... the first part was ok but then there were cliffs and things. Ergh. Worth it though... the canyon was cool. From there we continued the scenic road shiv at one point followed a ridge line at the top of the mountain. Found out later many people get to that spot, turn around and get to Bryce via a 300 mile detour to avoid said ridge. Can't say I blame them really! By ...
... leaving at 5:30 to grab some dinner at a nearby Subway.
... the more famous canyon in Arizona. The views were just wider and you could see nothing "canyon" to the horizon. Amazing!
We had our lunch at one of the many picnic areas and then drove to the Green River Overlook. Even here, the views were stunning and we just couldn't believe how wide the whole area was. As the weather had cleared up until now and it was quiet hot, we decided to walk the short round trail to Mesa Arch, which turned out to be ...
... Canada next year.
After dinner, came the impromptu talent show which was hilarious! With a few beers inside them, people were dancing, twerking, singing, you name it they were doing it. It was a really fun, social evening and we finished off the night with S'mores, an American tradition we had never heard of. We lit a camp fire and slid marshmallows onto long skewers. Once they were toasted and gooey they were added to a honey graham cracker, a chunk of chocolate ...
... was only a very short drive from our hotel. It must also be pointed out that Utah time is one hour later than Grand Canyon.
We still had 4 hours of daylight but the sun was non-existent, it was cloudy and raining, but we persisted and saw many amazing rock formations.It was almost like walking through a sculpture park. Nature is a beautiful thing. It was here that I thought I had lost Daisy again just as the ...