Casa Encantada

Address: 26876 Redlands Mesa Rd, Hotchkiss, Colorado, 81419, United States | B&B
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      A travel blog entry by cariverga on Sep 18, 2014

      11 photos

      ... 1086;тр 03;т фильм оттуд 72;. И закус 86;чная работ 72;ет, бурге 88;ы, кола, попко 88;н, все дела. Ну и ...

      Leg Three Day Seven

      A travel blog entry by alines on Jul 05, 2012

      7 photos

      Mancos to Hotchkiss- left at 10 am after another nice breakfast prepared by Sally. Thirty minutes into our ride we stopped to put on our gear for cold rain. I got the jacket with a heating system that connects to the Ducati! Wow- I was toasty warm. Modern technology at its best! Went to Telluride for lunch. Loved it!! What a great town...gingerbread houses, antique stores, rustic knick-knacks, and restaurants, all surrounded by red canyons. ...

      Juni 30, 2012

      A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg on Jun 30, 2012

      19 photos

      ... old deserted gas-station along the road (to be honest it was more lile two pumps and a shed) where I got some cool shots of the gaspumps. Then we found what seemed to have been a small village. At least it was all deserted and debree were laying everywhere. There were also cars. Some missing a tire or two. Some with a smashed vindshield. Alittle later we came to a railroadcrossing where we saw our first train on this trip. A super duper long freight train with an endless amount ...

      Lone Rangers

      A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jun 08, 2011

      4 comments, 10 photos

      Once or twice a year for the past few years I take a sojourn to the canyons of Utah. Solo trips, lasting anywhere from 4 days to 2 weeks. The Needles, Dark Canyon, Paria, Escalante, Muley Twist, Zion... A dozen times I have come across an arch or natural amphitheater or massive dryfall and thought "this is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen!". And then the next day I say the same thing. And the next. Hiking miles and miles through slot canyons ...

      Tips and Retrospective

      A travel blog entry by michelerogge on Jun 16, 2010

      A friend recently called me a "Wanderlust" - I'd say that's pretty accurate. I had traveled alone once before years ago to Italy, Sardinia and Corsica for a month. But this was a bit more out of the box for me and hey - it's been quite a few years. Traveling alone is not always my first choice, but I'd rather do it than not travel at all. The beauty of it is now that I've done it, I can do it again! The headaches I faced were worth every second of the joys I felt. Not once was I fearful - ...