BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Deze morgen onze valiezen weer inpakken. Jammer dat we hier moeten vertrekken. Wat een zalig hotel. En een fantastische plek. Ik hou echt van dit gebied met die "rode rotsen". Eerst gaan we nog naar Canyonlands National Park. Na het zeer drukke Arches NP gisteren was Canyonlands zalig rustig vandaag. Voor de ingang van Island in the Sky (é …
... felt like a kid again. Each day leading up to Christmas we'd receive another gift labeled 'Bennett and Reid.' I'd stick it in the pile of accumulating gifts for them and would get so excited I'd almost want to peek in to see what toy or book or present could it be. On Christmas Eve we attended a festive church service at the Steaming Bean downtown which was thrown by our friends Vanessa and DJ. It was loads of fun ...
... was my best day so far. With my 'new' second hand bike and a nice gradual climb up another pass I felt like a machine. I don't wish to brag but you can call me Usain from now on.
Overall I have had good days and bad days but I would be lying if I said I wasn't loving the experience.
After all, as Robbie Williams would say "Life is a roller coaster you've just got to ride it" - thanks Robster- you da man, you DA MAN!
... of the baby parts were. What's that, a wiener? I say. Nope, that's the arm. Chip however knew most everything and was on pins and needles ensuring the babies were healthy and had all fingers, toes, and baby parts, which the tech assured us they did. Eventually, after some times goes by, she confirms that baby A is a boy! We both look at each other surprised ...
... side of a river apparently used for power and for washing the gravel/ore. However it was difficult to see much through the dust clouds driven off the road by every passing vehicle. Both of us ate and inhaled enough fine road gravel to last a lifetime, if not to do some permanent anatomical harm.
In my preparation for the trip I read that the largest ever single piece of silver was discovered in Silverton, weighing ...