Goulding's Lodge, formerly known as Goulding's Trading Post, is a lodge, trading post, and museum located just north of the Arizona–Utah border, adjacent to the Navajo Tribal Park in Monument Valley. Harry Goulding introduced director John Ford to Monument Valley where he shot several of his classic westerns. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 20, 1980.
This was a nice little stop and we got lucky to get a room away from everyone. Unfortunately we couldn't look out our widow and see the wonderful view. Our room was facing towards the main hotel instead of the valley. I guess that's why it was cheaper. But we still got to watch the sun rise over the valley. On another visit, I would like to rent and "apartment" that faces the Valley and watch the sun rise or set from my bed with coffee.
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