Red Sands Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Sands Hotel Torrey
Room was a good size very clean. Very friendly staff and breakfast was good. Would stay there again
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Day Eleven -- Moab to Torrey
Since we are not used to desert heat we were on our way to Arches National Park by 6:15 a.m. to take advantage of the cooler morning temperatures (and lesser crowds). We didn't have much time so we did the short walks in the Windows and Balanced Rock areas. What a beautiful park! I keep saying that phrase, but …
... next to the Fremont River was the tiny old town of Fruita - started by Morman farmers in about 1879. The community at its largest was 10 families. They planted orchards - about 3,000 trees of various fruits that you see by the side of the road as you pass which are now owned and maintained by the Park Service. The town, which really isn't a town anymore serves as park headquarters. The park service purchased the ...
After two great days in Yellowstone it was time to leave. The flight was at 1pm, which left a few minutes to explore the town and do some shopping!
The girls were keen to spend some gift money they had been very kindly given and decided it was time for tank-tops. We managed to find a shop that even allowed them to make their own designs and help with the press machine. As you can see, fluro seems to be back in fashion.
... and such creek. And three creeks to drive THROUGH. I'm driving on low profile tyres with 18" rims. Not exactly built for off road. But I'm the queen of totally stupid decisions, so I just kept going. Once in there, I figured if I could get in without flattening all the tyres, I could probably get out without flattening all the tyres. Successful on that point. So was it worth it? Was the slot canyon beautiful? It absolutely was. :-) A ...
... Park, so we got a drive-by after all. We saw several formations from the road - Twin Rocks, Chimney Rock and the Castle, then a cliff face with several Fremont Indian petroglyphs which look like men with space helmets on.
Next stop was Goblin Valley State Park which was first called Mushroom Valley which seems rather more ...