Motel 6 Moab
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- 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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... we drove through the park. We did stop at Tunnel Arch to view the windows. I knew then that I wanted to visit this area again in the fall when the weather is cooler and we could do sone hiking. (It is now 8 years later and I am planning a trip to Utah National Parks in the fall. My account of that trip will appear when we get ...
... motels and hotels were practically chain-free and the bars were just the right amount of hick. We wandered through the streets, enjoying shave ice from a tiny wooden hut on Main Street. It was a taste sensation! Of course I've had slushies in the past, but this was something else. Tiny shavings of ice which, when packed in tight, took on a snow-like consistency. To this soft, powdery mixture, the server added sweet syrup in a huge range of flavours. The small cup was, in ...
... and the only way to cool down was to drench my tilley hat in the watery remnants of prior days ice cubes, now sloshing around in the polystyrene cool box in the back of the Ford.
After exploring Balanced Rock we took a trip round the windows section of the park, where I waked part of the one mile loop trail to sit under the South Window. Feeling pleased, having sat under an arch and learning that perhaps I'm not as unfit as I thought I ...
... mittens, stagecoach mesa and on towards the three sisters; a rock formation which was said by white settles to look like three nuns, however the Navajo think that it looks like a pregnant mother with her husband and small child.
After taking some pictures we drove on further into the valley Darren explained the geology and zoology of the area. Coincidentally just as he’d finished explaining what a desert kit fox was one crossed the road in front ...
... heading to bed around 11pm, the bricks still weren’t hot enough to actually cook their food. They were quite friendly and true to their statehood, interjecting the phrase “ya, sure” into the conversation quite frequently. After chatting with them a bit the next morning, we discovered they were actually a married couple, their adult son, and an uncle.
On Monday June 30th we left Zion and headed across the state to Arches National Park, ...