Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pop run tavern around Echo Lake. At first we were all very indecisive about what to get (except Jessie, she was going to order the one vegetarian option) and as soon as we finally did decide what we wanted, the waitress kindly informed us that they had run out of buffalo meat and thus we all had to go back to the drawing board and decide between the 17 different burger options. It all worked out in the end because all our meals were delicious and ...
... way, if you are flying on any other airline in or out of Denver, buckle up if they actually hold service because of bumps! They had a reasonable meal up front, which ended up being our only meal until about 3a Denver time (see our Vancouver blog). The pilot absolutely nailed the landing... completely kissed the runway. Best landing I've experienced in years. ...
... after breakfast. I
wish them safe travels and tell Clyde I may be taking him up on his offer
sooner than later. It's cold this morning but the forecast shows a nice
afternoon with plenty sunshine. It’s a chaps and layers morning, the skeleton
face mask Craig Mcgarvey lent me has become my best friend on cold days. Don
makes his way over as I pack my motorcycle, bicycle in hand he is anxious to
get on the road this morning. He warns me of ...
After fifty-one days on the move, we have now found our way back home to our beloved city of Denver. Our final drive through the familiar Rocky Mountains of Colorado was a mixture of excitement to be back in a place that we love so much, but also a sense of sadness to know that this journey we dreamed of, lived, and loved was coming to an end.
Thinking back on our time we decided to include this final post as a mixture of facts and remembrances. In total we ...
... border was a very welcome site, although the eastern Colorado plains weren't very different from Kansas. It wasn't until about 20 miles from Denver that we saw the Rockies. We drove without stopping and were so happy to get to our downtown Denver hotel. Bennett and I walked to SmashBurger for a late lunch and then we settled in for a swim and the Home Run Derby. We'll explore ...