Americas Best Value Inn Bighorn Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn Bighorn Lodge Grand Lake
Travel Blogs from Grand Lake
... and did not see anything wrong. Of course, I could replicate the sound. He thought I was okay to continue. When I asked how much I owed, he said, “Not a thing.” He also went on to tell me about one of his favorite places to eat in Steamboat. Another example of small-town generosity.
Reilly loved the walking tour of Grand Lake. It was beautiful and dog friendly. Two merchants had placed doggy bowls of water on ...
... campsite up to find it as a souvenir. We got back to the stables and were all a little sore from our 2 hour ride, but really enjoyed it. Maddie said that she knows what she is saving up for now. She really would like a horse. Jared thinks that he wants to be a trail guide for a summer job when he gets older. (He will need to practice riding some before that—maybe on Maddie’s horse?) Dawson ended up loving it, and said it was probably his ...
... and watched the storm pass from our window. Later in the evening we found another great restaurant for dinner. We have really been eating well on this trip! And so ends another day full of excitement, adventure, and beauty. Each day has been different from the one before, each with its own wonderful sights and experiences. Tomorrow is supposed to rain all day, but who knows what unexpected adventure lies ahead for us? ~ ...
... it was the cheapest thing we could find in the Estes Park Restaurant Magazine, but you get what you pay for. The pizza was okay at best. We did entertain ourselves however by counting children. Just at tables adjacent to ours, there were families with 7 children, 5 children, 4 children, and 11 children. The 11, however, had two sets of parents, so we're hoping for a split there of some kind. (Political aside alert!) I continue to be amazed ...
Rich and I got on the road early today for the mostly boring ride across the western part of Kansas and the eastern part of Colorado. The good news was that the speed limit was 75; the bad news was it was just as boring as we had predicted. In one stretch we were desperate to get gas for the car and stopped at a little service station that seemed to be a throwback to the 1970's complete with pumps you had to actually operate with a lever. But we made ...