Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Fort Collins East / I-25
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... house of pancakes. It was the greatest thing ever. At 2am I struggled deciding between savoury and sweet but remembered I was in America and got waffles and fried chicken. Best thing ever.
The metro theatre of FO CO. A little dirty, a little run down but no less fun. We all saw Hilltop Hoods, the band from adelaide (rappers.) You might remember there popular song 'nosebleed section' that is quite old now, yet the only song I knew from ...
... so next we headed into the Museum of Discovery. This was fantastic - highly recommended for anyone visiting the area - filled with interactive science stuff and the history of the area. A happy 2 hours in there and then we tried to recreate the walking tour that we did yesterday for Olav, in the rain.
The kids and I had spent yesterday downtown too as we had booked a Magic Bus Tour, something Oscar had chosen ...
... seeks to explore the
needs and barriers of women farmers in the Northern Lowlands region of Costa
Rica in relation to agricultural education and outreach programming.
Additionally the research seeks to develop an understanding of women’s values
and perceptions of sustainable agriculture practices as well as of Extension
programming and staff. Information will ...
... Springs for the night. We decided to stop at Hot Sulphur springs for a dip after being cold and wet. It cost about $20 including a towel. They do accept AAA. It was on a hill side with many different size and temps of pools. I have to say it seemed a little run down but was relaxing and had plenty of people.
Over all it was a great start of the trip and I couldn't have chosen better people to go with.
... and forth bare foot through
the end zone goal post of the football field.
CSU was a ghost town, but it was nice to see the campus.
Late afternoon Kelsey and I hiked Dadd Gulch Trail, just off
of highway 14, “roughly” 20 meandering miles down Poudre Canyon (no pun
intended). We initially were set out for Big South Trail, about 20 miles
further down highway 14 to catch ...