BEST WESTERN PLUS Boulder Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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... and then stopped at the local Wholefoods to grab some Kombucha for me. We walked around downtown for a good amount of time before we went to put our name in for Snooze and it was about an hours wait which we were not interested in, so we checked next door at Foolish Craig's where they were able to accommodate our 9 person group immediately. It was very delicous and I quite ...
... our path around North America, and did the little planning we had time for, we sourced maps (yes, paper ones!) of each of the fifty states, plus the Canadian provinces, free from AAA. Using a couple of guide books, we colored in most of the recommended scenic drives in each state, conscious that we would miss some of them, but aware of the ...
Yesterday was all about resting and getting some of our energy back - 12 days of non stop exploring and travelling the States was catching up with us (it's such a hard life I hear you say!) We woke up at around 10 am, and lazed. We had lucky charms for breakfast, and we also had some marshmallow lucky charm bars that Steph made. They were almost pure sugar I think, but so good! I started reading a ghost story called Dark Matter, as it's the Halloween season, and so far I'm ...
... smartest conclusion that we would only hike in a couple miles and get a feel for it before dark and unfortunately not make it to the hot springs. It was so hard to see everyone's smiling face as they arrived back at the parking lot, saying how amazing it was up there. We decided I would just have to come back so we could do the hike another time. So at any rate, we started off on our shorter hike and we hadn't gone more than 50 feet before we were in complete awe of where ...
... and banging into everything. The temperature continued to drop, the water continued to pour in, the thunder kept on sounding and then we saw a flash of light somewhere at the top of the Flat Iron. I felt a weird tingle in my hands. Everyone was silent. Then I asked, "I felt something. What was that?" Then Ben said he felt something zap in his right ankle. Cesar felt an electric shock through his waist, Sammy felt a current run through her arms which she had flush against ...