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The drive from Florissant to Cripple Creek was beautiful. I had not been that route for umpteen years.
Entering the outskirts of Cripple Creek I decided to stop at a gas station. My memory of the road from Cripple Creek to Canyon City was of a dirt road known locally as Phantom Canyon. Leslie went inside on this visit too. She returned with the news I had dreaded, Phantom ...
... and I). Then it was back in the car for 5 more hours until we arrived at Santa Fe.
We stayed at El Rey Inn, a Tripadvisor find, which was a really nice motel on the old Route 66. It was just what we needed: clean rooms and great hot tub (needed because the pool was green!), lovely Spanish inspired outdoor decorations and really pretty outdoor space. As I ...
... the sunset from our deck and then we walked to town to see the casinos. Town was dead. After Eric and I lost $4.10 and Lesley and Ray winning $5 at Video Poker we decided to head back to the cottage. We had our own game of Texas Hold Em. We couldn’t find poker chips so we played for scrabble tiles, connect four pieces and match sticks. Eric won but more importantly we laughed and enjoyed each others company.
What an amazing day.
... vibe up in Colorado that we liked. I would recommend this place to anyone.
Denver was our destination after a terrifying mountain highway in a massive storm. There were rivers of water runnning on the surface of the roads. We had pre booked a Motel 6 for 3 nights in Denver and we didnt really leave the motel. We were glad of the rest and the weather was really bad. Another city we just didnt see! woops.
After a restfull few days we headed out of the rockies into ...
... you can no longer overlook anything. Of the remaining three, no sign (literally). The Visitor's Center is the most namby pamby visitor's center I ever saw: you can go in and get a map (which we already had), on which no one will draw a yellow line, apparently. There must have been six people sitting behind the desk; not one showed any interest in us. There is, however, a HUGE gift shop. (We did not partake.)