Creekside Suites & Condos
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 3 puffy jackets later we were much more comfortable. Driving the squiggly roads through the mountains to reach estes parks it suddenly began to snow much to the kids delight. They have never seen snow before and it was one of the things they really wanted to see. Their squeals got louder and louder the higher up into the mountains we got and the trees were ...
... if we were golfers ( ha a ha) a nice chat... No animal jams today, but lots of mule deer nibbling grass on the way home from 'italian of the rockies' restaurant..... I had mussels, but tomorrow every pore of my body is going to leak garlic. Starting to pack...one more day....'sniff' I have never seen so bad table manners and use of knives and forks tonight....... Hhhhh http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TgCejsyS0t 8. Try this link? Can't see to copy it ...
... the long horn sheep continued to graze nonchalantly. This was MY excitement for the day – or so I thought!!!!!
We continued on our way – our destination was to be the Stanley Hotel. As many of you know, the Stanley Hotel has a rather chequered history – but is most well known as being the setting for Stephen King’s novel, 'The Shining’. We arrived and booked ourselves in for the midday ...
... up to overtake the overlook. Then it dawned on me that the drive DOWN from the alpine level would all be in cloud. It was late and the sun had dropped behind a large thunderhead in the west and driving down into the valley was like pea soup. The cloud was so thick we could barely see the road. But it was worth it all for the amazing views at the top. Oh and I saw a yellow bellied marmot!! I had never seen any before. There were ...
And a lake. Turns out that the road to Bear Lake (one of the premiere and most-visited spots in the Park) is under massive construction. They did the bottom half a few years back, finishing in 2004, and now they are doing the top half. Part of what this means is that the road to Bear Lake is closed to private vehicles between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. In between, you can catch a shuttle in downtown Estes Park and ride down, but that has two ...