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Travel Blogs from Winter Park
... bones. Funny. They're not here anymore. They took the bones to Chicago's Field Museum.
From here we zoomed past the cities of Fruita and Grand Junction, right by the vineyards of Pallisadez, and right by the mudslide area, which shut down the road last night. We followed the red waters if the Colorado up its course.
Soon we were in Glenwood Canyon, one the Interstate system's greatest stretches of road. It is a maze of public access sites, ...
... with the training...The food in the picture is Arun's delightful curried potatoes and Bengali bread, luchi, similar to roti.
Arun's cooking was so good, that we had to keep up the climbing and training just to work off all the extra calories--we couldn't help but go back for seconds and thirds!
Lindsey and ...
... the sock-eye salmon (sp?) and Elizabeth had oysters Rockefeller. There were different street performers out and we watched several of those while we waited for a table. I tried to upload a video of three kids who were playing large wooden xylophones but the video was too big. They were very talented and loved what they were doing. After supper, we went on a quest for ice cream and ended up in the college district. The only parking spot available was at the Hookah House. ...
... zone. Very pleasant to walk around. Flowers blossoming, sun shining, light breeze coming in. Several self-claimed artist singing, playing, displaying their art - every tip was very much appreciated. restaurants and art galleries can be seen all over the place.
The walk led us to Newton store. I've never heard of them before. But it seems they have a pretty strong business in the running shoes market. I put on a ...
... was a one off. I don’t think we’d do such a long road trip again, but would base ourselves in one or two places for longer.
As ever, we’ve been floating ideas about next year….and so far British Columbia, Hawaii, Moab and Boulder have all been discussed. I think Hawaii is a favourite, but may be prohibitively expensive, even for only 4 of us. We may even end up with a completely different holiday and just have a week in Greece or ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed