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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiver Spruce Estes Park
First of all, we were so fortunate that they were open on Christmas Day during a snow storm. The hosts were very helpful when we reached just in the nick of time. 6 of us stayed in a cozy 3 bedroom cabin for two nights and we loved the hospitality, location and everything about it, especially the hot delicious muffins at 8.30 am! The cabins were by the river although it was mostly frozen or covered.
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We departed Maryville Kansas at 7:45 AM and headed west on 36 Hwy and it didn't take long to spot a local breakfast hot spot. Bel-Villa cafe was one of those breakfast spots where everything was just like home. The only difference was that everyone in the place was totally deaf and screamed out everything they said. I found that to be pretty cool because I could actually hear everyone's ...
We drove a lot. For breakfast, I had Cheerios. Sissy had Cheerios. Buddy and Abby had nothing for breakfast. Me and Sissy played our iPad. I helped Daddy roll up the blinds 'cause of his fingers. We kept driving. Then we had lunch. We ate Subway at the canyon place. Then we kept driving and then we got a traffic jam. We watched Wreck-It Ralph and Christmas Vacation. And then we finally got to Elk Meadow Lodge and RV Park. Then we went to dinner. Bye. Alli Typed by: Sissy AND ...
... apply to you or your tripod or that large backpack with 30 camera accoutrements. Oh and surely it doesn’t apply to your loud ass out of control kids.
So we head on to other elk spots and silly us we obeyed the rules. All of my photos are taken from the car, out the sunroof or along the roadside in areas you are allowed to be. I am using a 42x zoom so I am no where near the animals. We gave up about 8:30 and headed back to the hotel ...
... the little cabins have kitchens, so you can cook your own breakfast and pack a lunch to go. There are very few eateries in the park itself, so if you can't bring your own in, you have to drive all the way back to Estes Park to find a restaurant.
Speaking of which...we ate lunch at the Rocky Mountain Gateway, which houses one of the official park visitor's centers (Fall River), the largest, tackiest gift shop in ...
... cycle there! Jared came out later on and we sat outside chatting until close!! We got talking to a guy called Mike and he had a gorgeous dog (can't remember what he called him - something like Maximus!) and he was a German Shepherd / Labrador cross - the biggest dog I have ever seen! Mike invited us to his, so went and sat outside for a few hours with him and his house mates - I love how people over here have gatherings after the bars have closed!! It ...