Pack Creek Ranch
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Visitor Centre to Mesa Verde. We were lucky in being able to get tickets to visit two of the housing complexes built into the rock face for the following day. We also enjoyed learning about the geology of the region as well as seeing some of the recovered artefacts on screen. With clever technology we could choose an object, rotate it and learn its history. Fascinating!Monica had researched Cortez but for some reason had turned against it deciding Mancos a ...
We had stopped by the visitors center yesterday after setting up camp and viewed the film, so this day we just went on into the park. You have to go up a twisting and turning road to get on into the park. The first thing you see is Park Avenue viewpoint. On down is the rock formation called the 3 gossips, three Rock formations that look like three women gossiping. We drove all the way to the ...
We had another bum numbing drive to Moab, arriving at Red Cliffs Lodge just before 7pm. We grabbed the last table on the terrace for steak, excellent local red wine and a sensational sunset over the Colorado River framed by those famous red cliffs. Red Cliffs Lodge itself as well as the immediate surrounding area has been in so many movies and TV ads - Rio Grande, Thelma & Louise and the Marlboro Man ads to name the most famous. Whilst finishing ...
... of American food, huge, and plenty big enough for three of us to share quite comfortably. I chose pineapple. Passion fruit and "orange dreamtime". Others in the group chose blueberries, raspberries, lemons, limes, blue lagoons, piņa coladas and margueritas. By the time we had munched and slurped our way to the bottom of the cups, we all had brightly coloured tongues, lips and teeth. It sure wasn't a healthy snack, but it was fabulous!
After we had finished trawling ...
... we set off towards Delicate arch where 0.5 mile trail promised great views.
Delicate arch is the most photographed arch in Arches National Park, its a 65-foot (20 m) tall freestanding natural arch pictured in many screensavers. It was mid-day, the temperature was hot, but the 0.5 mile trail wasn't any further than the South Window trail.
Drenching my hat, which was now dry again, I set-off to conquer the trail and get some ...