Estes Park Condos
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... past 6:00 and we were done looking at overlooks. Fortunately, the hotel is only a couple of miles from the park gate, so we gave up and made a beeline for the hotel. Unfortunately, there was no restaurant next door and we were too tired to get back on the bike for dinner, so it was another Domino's night. Whoever invented the Domino's phone app is a genius. Just a few clicks and the pizza is at your door ...
... drive, which took us about 8 hours. Started out wondering whether we were going see anything on four feet, as there was nothing at all happening in Horseshoe Valley, and, MUCH more surprisingly, not a single critter at Rainbow curve. Rainbow curve is a pullout at about 11,000 feet. It's HUGE, and always packed with tourists, 50% of whom, at any given moment, are busily ignoring the signs saying DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS ...
... stories of our respective runs as we walk towards the Rodeo the smile still present on my face. Back to the hotel a little sleep then a movie in town. We see Maleficent, which is very good, and we end our day in Estes and the last major milestone of our trip.
I'll end the blog here as our trip home is un-eventful. The trip has been (was) amazing, memories that will last a lifetime.
End day eleven.
... has been a theater for 100 years! On the way to dinner, we drove past Stanley Hotel, which is a haunted hotel, and Stephen King stayed there and got the inspiration for THE SHINING there! Then, we went to dinner at Poppy's Pizza and Grill, and it was really good. You were able to choose your pizza's sauce and toppings. Then, we came back to the RV park and went to bed. :D -Allisa ...
It snowed overnight and the ground and cars had a good sprinkling of snow over them all. It looked really pretty, especially with the blue sky and fluffy white clouds. We decided on a later start, to have breakfast, then to go through the Rocky Mountain National Park.
We stopped at one of the visitor centres and were informed that the main road through the park had been closed at a higher point. We decided to go through the park at the lower ...