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... Happy Valentine's Day', then went exploring. It was so windy at this altitude, with snow flurries. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking. We went to the hotel's famous whiskey bar, with over 600 types of whiskey displayed on the wall behind the bartender. We each tried a whiskey, then I moved on to red wine while Justin tried more whiskey. We shared a charcuterie plate, then joined the 6pm ghost tour. The tour led us to a music hall on the ...
... where, like in every college town I visit, I wondered why I didn't attend the University of insert state). We followed US 36 northward and for 15 minutes or so we drove with the beginning of the Rockies on our left and nothing but the plains stretching out to Kansas on our right. It was incredible. Then we headed up into the hills and towards Estes Park and the campground. When we turned off of 36 into our campground, Jellystone Park, the putt putt course ...
... Her reaction and snippy cocky condescending better-than-me attitude sucked. The minute she hastily stormed off in a huff and my apparent lack of millionaire status I looked at Jym and said “we are not even staying here. That was so rude.” I will sleep in my damn car before I stay there and it’s a real shame because I was really hoping to stay there. But you know nothing uglies up something to me faster than the **** poor attitude ...
... novel. Several rooms in the hotel are said to be haunted.
We went back to our room for a little rest and then took a walk down town. A little dinner, some more walking and then to bed.
We got up the next morning and had breakfast and then headed out for a little drive into Rocky Mountain National Park. We drove around and took some pics and then went to tour the original hydroelectric plant ...
... lastly the links were just annoying when I was reading this book on my Kindle Touch,
as I could accidently clicked these “blind” links when I just wanted to turn
the page and then I’d be force to wait for the pages to load. I also don’t
think the author considered what devices this book would be read on. Clicking
links in a Kindle will automatically turn on wireless/3G, which if you are
traveling you would want off as well ...