Sunnyside Knoll Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you stickers to wear when they check you in. There was one family that tried to sneak in... she first told the guy she left her stickers upstairs, then told him she didn't want to have to get up and get more- that she didn't feel like doing it, then some other lame excuse, then she finally admitted she didn't have a reservation or hadn't paid. Look lady, if I can't crash the ghost tour, you can't crash this one. We first watched a short film and then our ...
... next week. As I imagined the life I would have had in my 20’s being transferred from National Park to National Park teaching all kinds of science to the kids of America I wondered , “I would have totally loved being a NPS ranger. Why didn’t I do that?” The drive up was breathtaking. I stress breathtaking because of the views AND the lack of any guardrails. We drove around 18 miles to get to the Alpine Visitor’s Center, which is as close to ...
... like that in the wilderness. Can I please get some peace and serenity in the nature??? Just about to Nymph Lake we are now 100% sure that this group is on our trail. There are like 12 trailheads up there and seriously they had to choose the same one we did? A group of about 40 of them was now right behind us. Some of them were blindfolded and being led up the trail by others. They were SO loud. I cannot even tell you. We get to Nymph lake and its ...
... to hunt for and hear them. And the stars were beautiful...the great big magnificent Milky Way above us. So it was a great day, and in addition to Elk we saw deer, wild turkey, squirrel, chipmunk, and plenty of birds. Lots and lots of wildlife! And tomorrow we leave Estes Park for our next destination on the other side of the Rocky Mountain National Park. It's been a great visit and a great little town. More tomorrow ~ Beth
... around the perimeter. We were in no hurry, and it was extremely pleasant just soaking up the surroundings. Interestingly, despite the fact that we came down on a shuttle with at least 65 people crammed in and despite the fact that a second equally sardined bus arrived at the same time, we were pretty much alone on the path for a good part of our walk. Most of those people immediately dispersed into the more challenging trails that leave ...