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... are several buildings, all built around the same time) which apparently has the most interactive hauntings. We took lots of photos, as suggested, but didn't see anything. **EDIT - weeks later, we looked at Justin's photos and could see things - see the uploaded photos**. We were led downstairs into a room they called 'Lucy's room', as apparently a spirit they call Lucy haunts it. The guide asked Lucy if she was cold, and to please shut the door. The ...
... cabins were on our right. I went into the office while Will,with the kids and the camper, waited in one of the elongated parking spaces that are in front of any respectable campground. I paid the remaining balance of $70 for our two nights. We had already paid $50 for a deposit over the phone. I did request a premium site to ensure we were near the restroom, but this is THE MOST we have ever paid for a campsite.....besides the Fort Wilderness campground in Disneyworld, which ...
... owner. Especially when it comes to a B&B. You expect less than quality treatment from a regular hotel staff but NEVER an OWNER. Downright deplorable. You know the ironic part. Gwen (NOT an owner) was actually treating us completely appropriately. And even if she had no intention of helping us she ACTED like she did. THAT is how you run a business. I hate to tell Diane but it will be a cold icy day in hell before I would ever consider staying ...
... power the Stanley Hotel. The Stanley Hotel was the first hotel in Estes to be all electric. He had excess electricity and gave it to the residents.
We then went over to the Estes Park Museum. After that, back to our room for a little rest and then out to dinner. Tomorrow we drive thru the rest of Rocky Mountain National Park and then to the Lincoln tunnel and then on to Steamboat Springs for our next ...
... is a pain to view websites on. What
about the people who don’t have internet access when reading this book? An
e-book should have all the needed information, it shouldn’t just be a
collection of links.
I bought this book primarily for the “What to Buy” and “What
to Eat/Drink”. The disappointing part is I found more details in the author’s
blog posts than I found in this e-book. In ...