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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... did not suck.
Our first evening was spent taking a walk around Island Lake with Kohli, playing rummy, grilling steaks, and enjoying a fire. PERFECTION. Ohhh, besides the part where our furnace didn't work and our smoke detector went off in the middle of the night-- I awoke from a dead sleep and Keller yelling at me to "GET OUT!!!" because we thought it was our carbon monoxide detector going ...
... blowing although nothing special to mention, the miles ticked away and the Beast gulped fuel as per usual. Our plans for Grand Junction included fossil hunting and driving the Colorado National Monument road; a scenic road atop the lifted canyon walls with amazing views. Halfway up the canyon our vehicle decided it wanted to leak coolant but fortunately only an old radiator cap needed replacing and pumped for attempt 2 we set off, albeit 2 hours later ...
... just after 4pm. Hotel nice, we got checked in then went to the local Supermarket. I miss Supermarkets & wandering down the aisles, lol!! We stocked up on stuff for the next few days. The lady on the checkout was really friendly & gave us discount as we were visiting, couldn't see our supermarkets doing that!! We brought everything back to the hotel, then wandered along the Main Street, looked really ...
... They are always happy to get out and strech their legs though. We stopped in a town called Green River and thought about staying there. We had been driving on and off for 10 hours but I was determined to get to Grand Junction because we plan on staying here all day Thursday. I didn't want to have to drive tomorrow. The kids sort of fell apart when we told them we still had that hour and ...
... a snack and booked a room two hours away in Colorado. It seemed our entire day would be spent in Moab's vicinity. So we just accepted it and moved on to the next Moab adventure. Girded with confidence from our petroglyphs mission earlier, we decided to give the other side of the Colorado River a shot. A ranger at Arches gave me a map with coordinates and vague directions. We drove down noting nearly empty BLM campgrounds everywhere. They were unmarked from the main road. ...