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And from Boulder we drove up and up....scenery becoming increasingly beautiful, through the rather unlovely Estes Park and into RMNP.... Our first proper National Park campground, Moraine Park, and it was lovely. Amazing views of the mountains and the first reverse park of the beast went pretty well! Campgrounds seem to be really well set up here, with fire-pits and ...
... for the day and headed into Estes Park to rest up before going horse riding the next day. But there was still the question of what to do tonite? Our motel was cuuuute! (Stef) Stef began the usual rigmarole of looking for places to eat.. Didn't think it would be so bad - the town was not exactly huge, and we weren't the sort to go to the local Wendy's for a burger. Reading up, she found a pub. A bit of a drive (5 mins, but in a town this small... on the other side of ...
... and supposed to change for different stories. We were laughing so hard at it all and one thing he said was what if they did a story on Spongebob Squarepants eating doritos at the pentagon. Well we are leaving the hotel today and grab the paper and we notice there is an article on the Colbert Report and they did a graphic logo with the spongebob, Doritos and the pentagon! So funny. I wanted to watch tonight to see his response but I am into project runway while typing this blog! ...
... the streets, you’ll pay $3. And, it’s really hard to find a cup of tea to go. If you go to a teahouse, you could pay $10 for a good cup of tea or more for a pot of tea. Of course those prices are more about sitting and conversing in the teahouse than the cost of tealeaves. The only time I felt the Chinese were truly condescending towards me is when I tried to buy tea in a regular teashop (a non-touristy shop). It was so beneath those ...
... to color yellow. Beautiful landscapes, as you can see in the pictures.
The culinary aspect of the trip to the rockies is also worth mentioning. Cristina made delicious grilled chicken on the first night, and the second night we've made hamrolls with belgian endive, the flemish way.
Yesterday, we were back in Denver, and prepared the road-trip for the coming two weeks. Eric's working as a tourguide in the area, so we couldn't get better information.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMary's Lake Campground Estes Park
Nice laid back campground that can accomodate some large rigs. We parked facing the wetlands and enjoyed the nightly wildlife sightings. Beware that they are working on renovating the shower/bath faciilities with pay showers, not an issue for us but not sure how this will impact camping families as this is what this campground is geared for.
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