Sunnyside Knoll Resort
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... started to get supper ready. We made foil packs on the grill. First you get a big piece of aluminum foil, make a hamburger patty, top it with potatoes, carrots, celery, onions, salt, pepper, and butter. Then you seal it and put it on the grill for 30-40 minutes. There were extra potatoes so I fried those up. We also had three hot dog buns left so I rummaged in the cupboard and found some Italian seasoning. ...
... us with their bows and arrows..hehe... robin said i had a good imagination and Ian thought I was just mad..!! ..I think..
the path climbed very steeply and soon we were looking down onto the little town of estes with the snow covered peaks in the distance.. it was awesome.. we carried on climbing steeper and steeper with more and more views back down.. after 1:45hr we reached the peak where gem lake sat nestled between huge ...
... the light on the mountains was magnificent!! Then there off the small road to Moraine was a whole herd of elk. They were bugling away! I would like to note that it entertains me to know that in the animal world it is the MALE that has to have the large rack to impress the FEMALE!! After much enjoying of the beauty of the elk against the purple mountains in the fading light we headed back and ate dinner at a diner next to the hotel. Not the best meal but it was food. ...
... at Tiny Dancer. ****, that song gets high. All but closed the bar and wound up on the roof of the hostel in the cold air looking at stars, sipping on whiskey, and watching Van Morrison videos on my iPhone. That guy's got some soul!
I attempted to go into Rocky Mountain National Park on Sunday, but was quickly overwhelmed with annoying tourists that don't know how to drive and think that an elk 200 yards off in a field is reason enough to stop dead in ...
... and can’t find it. Julie doesn’t have it either. That’s not good. At this elevation, the sun is more powerful than what I’m used to. Even the locals wear hats and sunscreen when going out. We don’t want to drive back to Estes Park. There’s a woman gearing up nearby. I ask her if she could spare any sunscreen and she is happy to help us out. That’s one thing that continues to amaze me—most people want to help and all you have to do is ask. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed