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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarbara's B&B Estes Park
The cost was reasonable. Breakfast was great. The room was small, but comfortable. Barbara was entertaining and knowledgable about the area. The elk eating the neighbor's lilacs was priceless.
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... stop here and mention that I never thought I would ever camp anywhere besides a lakeside state park or a spacious private site nestled in the woods.... I camp for beauty spots usually and to get away from people and life. All that changes when you have a beast of a RV and you just are looking to get it plugged in and off the road! Multiply the eagerness to do that when accompanied by 1 driving machine ...
... he was owner, receptionist, sole mechanic, and a funny guy. Again, I suck at names, but his business is Alpine Automotive and Towing. He made time for us and promised to look it over from top to bottom while we wandered around Estes Park. We need to figure out away for you to remember names... His name was NATHAN silly.
This was NO great hard ship. Estes Park, although very "touristy," is a lovely place to be ...
I just recently finished Joy Anderson’s “150 German
Christmas Markets: Where to Go and What to Buy”. I have enjoyed reading Joy’s http://www.germanyatchristmas.com
blog and was looking forward to more detail in her book.
This book is good for one particular kind of traveler:
one who already knows they are going to see German Christmas Markets and has
done no prior research and so needs an introduction but ...
... decided on going Thursday as prices inflate Friday through Sunday.
$16 for Gondola ride at The Venetian, a lot of fun and close to the real deal!
$26 for Titanic, because the inner historian in me couldn't pass that up. Next year is the 100th anniversary of the sinking. We had a coupon for this, so it was a few bucks ...
... freezing without our furnace running. I wish I knew what the temperature was. No one would believe how cold we were camping in July.
We woke and charged both batteries. I guess it was trial and error because we decided that if we were going to depend on the batteries for furnace heat, we couldn't use the battery for the fridge or the water pump. Thank goodness for jumper cables, the batteries ...