Sunnyside Knoll Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunnyside Knoll Resort Estes Park
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... of Rocky Mountain National Park. We checked in to our hotel which is, as they would say in Trip Advisor land "clean and adequate", kind of reminds me of the cottage on the cape but in the mountains. We checked in and headed for the town just to force ourselves to stay awake as late as we could. We got up at ...
... a misty apparition, moving things, making noises, and closing the door to her room. While hanging out in Lucy's room, after several requests from our guide, Lucy made an "appearance" in the form of a presence behind the opened door. I got up and pushed against the door - and I can honestly say it FELT like something was pushing back at me. When I quit pushing - the door remained where it was.
Our guide asked Lucy to close ...
... easily my biggest turnoff when it comes to a hotel. I can overlook any and even all issues at an establishment if I am treated with respect and honor. I think maybe Diane is confusing wealth and class. Just because someone isn't willing to spend $300 a night at her lodge neither means they don't HAVE it or that they are lack the class to stay at your stuck up pretentious B&B. I certainly was glad I hadn’t made the mistake of booking a ...
... of the mountains. I don't know an exact measurement, but I would be willing to guess that there were sustained winds of 40-50 mph... that's SUSTAINED winds, not wind gusts. It was the kind of wind that can cause you to lose your balance. Little pieces of dust were occasionally hitting me in the face and it felt like needles. I could barely get out of the car to take a picture, because the wind was blowing so hard ...
... it’s time to move on. When I am in places like this, I want to be “IN” them. I want to run through them and breathe everything in with intensity; to feel the oxygen in my blood as in the trees; to lie there afterward and listen while gazing upward to the peaks of infinity.
We passed “The Great Divide,” the Continental Divide when one side of the river flows into the Pacific and the other, the Atlantic. Pretty ...