Silver Sage Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Sage Inn Moab
Right on Main St but if you get a back room it's very quiet. Clean compact rooms. Good air con. Wifi.
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... get out of that, but after that it was free sailing to Moab. However, all in all a very long day. I did get to the info centre for The Arches National Park before it closed and picked up brochures and maps for going up there the next day. I spent the night at another KOA, figured out which arches I could get to without leaving Minnie too long in the heat (it's HOT down here ... in the 80's!) and didn't sleep for worrying about the first few miles to get up to the ...
... in the park.
Today’s trip to Island lived up to expectations in beauty and vistas provided. As you drive in you are on a large plateau that takes you to a series of overlooks. We stopped at several overlooks and each had a birds-eye-view of beautiful canyon country. We could also see occasional glimpses of the top of the canyons through the trees as we drove form one point to another. One side of the plateau, which we visited first offers vistas ...
... Clint Eastwood - The Eiger Sanction, Chevy Chase - Vacation, Tom Hanks - Forest Gump just to name a few. There is a dirt road that takes you through the park which I would only do in a 4 wheel drive, although there were many people in regular cars who did it too.
Monument Valley has a special beauty to it that cannot be compared to other places. It is hot and it is dirty but the rock formations and mesas carry a beauty of ...
... it's silent. I don't think I have been anywhere this quiet in a long time. Sadly time, or more accurately, the setting sun was against me so I returned to the car and drove back towards Moab, stopping a few times en route. Most of the stops I made were lookouts, each offering a slightly different perspective of canyon, and an even greater appreciation for it's size. My last stop was at Mesa Arch, here I followed a trail to a natural Bridge, perched precariously on the ...
After a few hours sleep I made my way to Arches National Park which is just outside the town of Moab. I ended up spending the whole day here, and I could easily spend another day. There is so much to see and it is all so amazing! I ended up staying in Moab again tonight as I found a great Mexican restaurant here and a hostel which was only $12 per ...