The Virginian Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Virginian Motel Moab
We booked this room in the morning and guaranteed the room with a credit. We were told we would get a ground floor room because we had bikes, but when we arrive, no ground floors were available. We would have went elsewhere, but most of the hotels were full. Would not recommend this hotel. A/C does not work very well and kitchenette in room has no utencils or plates.
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... across the country and the people are following him. As we were leaving the park, I had to stop several times because the boys wanted to get a picture of Austin on the road at the same angle as Forrest was in the movie. The boys had a great time with that.
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... as soon as we are back on shore, the sun finally came out! It felt so good to start to feel warm again after being on the river so long.
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