Lookout Inn GuestHouse & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and banging into everything. The temperature continued to drop, the water continued to pour in, the thunder kept on sounding and then we saw a flash of light somewhere at the top of the Flat Iron. I felt a weird tingle in my hands. Everyone was silent. Then I asked, "I felt something. What was that?" Then Ben said he felt something zap in his right ankle. Cesar felt an electric shock through his waist, Sammy felt a current run through her arms which she had flush against ...
... the sitcom Mork and Mindy was set. For those too young to remember, the late Robin Williams was Mork. Not one of his best performances.
Chautauqua historical district is located in Boulder. It was established in 1898 to conduct a summer school and lecture series for school teachers. The Auditorium and the Dining Hall were built in 1898 and about 50 cottages were built in the following years. The Auditorium ...
... Colorado. For those of you who don't know, eastern Colorado sucks. It's about on-par with Kansas as far as boring things go. Nothing to see except prairie land for miles around you, and a good three hours of it at that. I took a nap in the back of my car (henceforth dubbed "Sleipnir", named for Odin's horse) in Sterling, and when I awoke, I was covered in sweat and just as tired as I had been before the ...
... been volunteering at the museum for over 20 years now. Due to a high wind storm (30-40 mph winds, some reaching up to 60 mph) that evening, we lost power in our hotel room twice.
The next morning, we headed to Boulder, CO. Along interstate 70 we were able to take in views of the snow capped mountains and drive parallel to the Colorado River. On our journey, we stopped in Vail and Georgetown. The villages ...
... Up and up. Clambering over this rocky staircase. I was aware of how hard I was breathing, and my heart was going nuts, but not from the climb itself, as soon as the headaches set in I knew it definitely was altitude. All I needed to do was stop for a few minutes, take some deep breaths and my body would settle to it's normal rhythm. I knew I had to manage this as the air would only get thinner as I climbed. As I ascended I took the time to admire the view, this ...