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#994880 - 08/18/17 04:31 PM Motel recommendations
BamaRider Offline
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Can anyone recommend a motel in Moab, Utah?
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#994881 - 08/18/17 04:39 PM Re: Motel recommendations [Re: BamaRider]
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Adventure Inn on the north side of town. It's been awhile since
I stayed there but was owned by a nice young couple and was very clean
and affordable compared to others there. You can park right in front
of your room which I prefer.
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#994886 - 08/18/17 05:05 PM Re: Motel recommendations [Re: BamaRider]
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I was there in June and stayed at the La Quinta. Nice clean and they let us park our bikes under the reception awning. A little pricey.
Great Mexican food across the street (El Charro loco)

A really good stop in town is this food truck! thumbsup

https://www.quesadillamobilla.com/find-us

If you haven't been, Canyonlands NP is worth a look. If ya had an ADV bike I'd suggest Shafer Canyon & Potash rds. Really awesome! You could easily do the first part of Shafer, great views before the road gets a little Adventurous.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0SxkybmEVko

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Edited by TEWKS (08/18/17 05:13 PM)
Edit Reason: My vid
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#995215 - 08/23/17 03:57 AM Re: Motel recommendations [Re: TEWKS]
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Originally Posted By: TEWKS

If you haven't been, Canyonlands NP is worth a look. If ya had an ADV bike I'd suggest Shafer Canyon & Potash rds. Really awesome! You could easily do the first part of Shafer, great views before the road gets a little Adventurous.
Pat


Or how about ARCHES NP ???? smile
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#995221 - 08/23/17 01:05 PM Re: Motel recommendations [Re: longjohn]
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Originally Posted By: longjohn
Originally Posted By: TEWKS

If you haven't been, Canyonlands NP is worth a look. If ya had an ADV bike I'd suggest Shafer Canyon & Potash rds. Really awesome! You could easily do the first part of Shafer, great views before the road gets a little Adventurous.
Pat


Or how about ARCHES NP ???? smile


I've been to both. While you should at least see Arches, if I had to choose one or the other, Canyonlands would win hands down. smile







Edited by Lone_RT_rider (08/23/17 01:07 PM)
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#995284 - 08/23/17 11:37 PM Re: Motel recommendations [Re: BamaRider]
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My wife and I stayed at the Quality Inn (Slip Rock) in Moab in July for two nights. It was nice, although it is somewhat isolated. There was a fantastic Mexican restaurant called El Charo Loco very near the hotel. The decor was very basic but the food was outstanding.

Have a good trip. Murray

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#995308 - 08/24/17 12:40 PM Re: Motel recommendations [Re: MKG]
TEWKS Offline
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Yup, El Charo Loco! eat Have some pictures of me destroying their stuffed pineapple but very unflattering I must say. grin It was goooood! thumbsup



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