Best Western Alamosa Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mountain and then it was I who found an arrowhead – of white obsidian! How beautiful, and to hold such history in my hand!
For a significant change of scenery we drove miles and miles up into the mountains that surround the valley. We suddenly found ourselves back in an alpine setting with that now familiar and comforting smell of pine. We came across deer, antelope, bunnies, and searched for wild mushrooms to collect for dinner. We brought fresh local ...
... Wow, what a great find, this is a building with a full size Boeing KC-97 tanker aeroplane built into it. We went for a drink and checked out the plane, sat in the cockpit, and was so inspired we decided to make a booking for dinner. We had an hour to kill so we filled in the time by visiting a place called the garden of the gods. This is a place where red rocks ...
... why Cleave left bustling metropolis of Dysart for all this...
Something we had been looking forward to for some time now was the soccer world cup. To see Brazil first hand in all its disarray as it prepared for the tournament, the time had finally arrived for the games to begin. We were secluded to the upstairs TV to watch the Aussies play. ...
... As we continued to descend we did several smaller horseshoe curves going Sublette which was formerly a home for section gangs. Whiplash Curve was two horseshoe curves right beside each other. We went by Lava Tank and Lava Loop which is used for turning snow plows in the winter. The only interesting thing in the last hour was Hangman's Trestle where a bad guy from Antonito was hanged by a posse. The train seemed to be having ...
... Fiona pressed their little faces up against the windows to tried to see the animals and characters from story books. Richard was full of stories. As we drove past a boulder field, we were told about "Pad People". These people would walk up with pads strapped to their backs then find and boulder, role out the pad, make cigarette, smoke, look at the boulder, try climbing it, fall off, repeat the exercise, then try to climb the boulder and succeed. ...