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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... wishing to attract the attention of a waiter are requested to call or whistle for him. This is better than shooting him through the ear or nose. And besides, it will save funeral expenses.
The public will bear in mind that this is no cheap house, but that it is a first-class, high-toned hotel. Therefore, guests are expected to conduct themselves in a gentlemanly, well-bred manner. This will be strictly insisted on. Even if it be necessary to resort to the use ...
... Holly and Carly from New York and Jim and Dave from Canada. Jim's really chuffed he's one of only 3 of that group to have pedalled all the way; just him, ironman Dave and ironwoman Brenda. We'll also miss Texan Jerry not only because he was even slower than us but because he left us a note to say "You're the best even though you are Brits".
Joining us as ...
... had snow on their tops; we were fairly sure that these didn't have all year round snow normally which probably meant that this was a recent fall. Gary had overheard someone in the motel last night saying that there had been heavy snow around Denver. We were due to drive north from Taos into Colorado tomorrow and then due to fly home from Denver (the mile high city) on Thursday.
The drive to Red River from Cimarron Canyon is short, less than an hour. The whole drive is breath taking, literally. During the drive we agreed that if the Lord lead us to the right place, we would fork out the money to stay in a proper room. When we got into town we continued to pray for guidance and after feeling several "no's" we were lead to the Rocky Mountain Manor and Cabins. This was a ...
... through a few snow towns and over a pass to Denver
2. Go straight up past the twin lakes to Leadville on the Rockie mountain scenic byway and get to Denver tonight.
We opted for option number two. We decided it would be nice to be in Denver and were still happy with the scenery we were forecast to see ahead.
Having driven past thousands of taco bells ...