The Cow Palace Inn/ Rodeway Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews The Cow Palace Inn/ Rodeway Inn Lamar
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... the commander (a man named Chivington) had ordered and what had been done. Those letters led to a formal investigation, and eventually the massacre was formally denounced, but for some reason no action was taken against the perpetrators. One of the soldiers who wrote a letter was assassinated a few months later by a disgruntled ex-army man. The two letters resurfaced in a box in a lady's attic ...
... some kind of sweet sparkling wine....) at the mini bar. To put this great feat in context, we've still only covered the distance you get for $250 and 4 hours in an aircraft!! That being said, I'm still having a great time. If you want, in the next couple of blogs I'll answer the following questions: (1) What has been the hardest part of ...
We departed Canyon this morning and headed for Lamar, Colorado. After all of the rain that this part of the country got in May, the otherwise dry grasslands were lush with green vegetation, and all the rivers and creeks were flowing bank to bank. For this part of the trip, until we reach Waterton Lakes in Canada, will be mostly getting from campground to campground.
... reaching slaughter house. These smell absolutely terrible and I find very hard to see in person. I don't eat red meat, and don't plan to ever start again after having seen the conditions these poor cows are in. We made it through some headwinds and lunch, eventually hitting Colorado state border. For most of our group, this was pivotal. When we left NC, Colorado seemed like the intangible place we would never reach, ...
... PVC pipe on top of the ground to the fields and attached them to irrigation sprayers. It looked like they were growing hay crops for their cattle ranches. Sometimes there was an oil well working out in the middle of the field. Wouldn't it be nice if we all had one of those in our own back yard!
We crossed over into Kansas which began a long ride through just fields and prairies with cattle Then we came to Dodge ...