Wild Lane Bed and Breakfast Inn

Address: 5445 Wild Lane, Loveland, Colorado, 80538, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5445 Wild Lane, Loveland, is near Benson Park Sculpture Garden, Mariana Butte Golf Course, Loveland Museum/Gallery, and Olde Course at Loveland.
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Travel Blogs from Loveland

Golden, Coors Brewery and Loveland

A travel blog entry by freedom50plus on Feb 28, 2015

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Friday morning, as we approached the Coors Brewery for a tour, we saw the views hidden by the storms of yesterday. The first was the unmistakeable mountain scene from the Coors Light Beer can - right there for real. Very cool. The second was a hoakey but cute "Howdy Folks" welcome sign. The Coors Brewery tour truly was a highlight. A massive facility nestled in the mountains that feed the so called famous ingredient - Rocky Mountain stream ...

Exploring Colorado Rt 14.

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 31, 2014

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Thursday July 31, 2014

Travel Day

It was raining again this morning but by the time we had to pack up it had decreased to a light drizzle. We feel lucky as this was the first morning on our trip that it was raining when we broke camp. Our destination for today was a short trip north on I-25 to the town of Loveland and the “Loveland RV Resort”. We arrived a little after 12:00 ...

Loveland Pass

A travel blog entry by dvacation on Jan 15, 2014

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After a brief stop at Georgetown, we headed west on I-70. My longing for exhilarating driving was answered by the Loveland Pass highway sign. Anything with the word “Pass” in this mountain region means driving ecstasy. Without a GPS, I took the exit ramp. I didn’t care where this US-6 West would lead me. All I knew, I was about to experience the mountain road that would wake up all ...

Tundra & Hailstorm

A travel blog entry by nayandjay2 on Jul 18, 2013


... sky to the other, bolts that flashed so quickly in succession that they looked like blinking neon, and others that travelled in straight lines from black clouds down to valleys a mile below us. Crazy, but Nay and I found the storm exhilarating. We rated each lightning bolt we saw and laughed and laughed. Then came a pounding sound on the car roof..LOUD. A hail storm! Large hail.....some the size of dimes..bouncing off the car, off the road, off ...

Getting excited

A travel blog entry by givanfox on May 21, 2013

... t be working in the ER when I get back and I will only be prepping to go back to Afghanistan. I'm not sure that I can express how much that will mean until I go through the coming year. Bt I plan to use the time to simply enjoy life and relax and mentally prepare myself for the challenges to come. I need to pass the Army's ...