Grand Junction Bed And Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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As we left Salt Lake City, the tone of our trip changed. We had made our last major sightseeing tour, and we were now focused on getting HOME! Our drive through Utah to Colorado was estimated at 283 miles, but we hadn't expected it to be so beautiful. We were treated to high mountains with multi-colored rocks and interesting rock formations. Our drive certainly made me want to ...
... 30 miles in length and takes you from the valley floor up steep inclines and around tight turns revealing at every turn fantastic views of the rock formations. The area is a geologist playground with all of the formations and types of rock within the park. Over millions of years the upheaval of the from the Redlands Fault pushed the rock up creating the mountains, and then over subsequent millions of years the actions of ...
We needed a day of rest after two long days. We spent the day doing laundry and a few errands. The KOA had some great amenities for kids. Maggie and Duncan enjoyed playing air hockey and ping pong. They swam in the pool and rented pedal go carts and raced each other around the park. Like ...
... advice. After Jessica descended we noted how easy it was to see the prints from the bottom. I guess ut didn't have to be so death defying, but really, when are you going to get so close to a theropod? Our next stop was 6 miles upriver to the famed red rock formations of Arches National Park. These arches and formations sit on top of a thousand foot high mesa. The air heated up in the late afternoon sun and the van engine heated up fast as we climbed the mesa. I ...
... br> When we entered the prime display area we saw a 1938 Cadillac V-16 and a 1937 Cord 812 Phaeton. Both of them were black and they were polished to a mirror finish. The Cord was a very sexy car for its time, even sporting retractable headlamps. Together, those two cars are worth nearly $1 million.
The next car that caught our eye was a lime-green, 1950 Mercury. It was named "Wasabi" for color reasons. Oddly enough ...