BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
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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 …
... like the only conversations Chip and I have are about the babies and the only time we see each other are when we are passing one another in the hallway while preparing midnight bottles. Reid and Chip have been sleeping in the guestroom, while Bennett and I sleep in the master room. It's been hard but now we are getting used to it. And say goodbye to our social life for awhile (or at least one that doesn't involve talking about ...
... was shaking! . We thought it best to seek refuge in the nearest bar!
We went out for dinner to a recommended steak restaurant and met up with a group of bikers from Minnesota and had a great time swapping stories with them.
We now have an invite to south Dakota, to a ranch where the couple are both pilots, and to Minnesota where the guy is an elected in ...
... Hesperus (near San Juan River)
Ranch in Hesperus:
Broad Tailed Hummingbird
The trolley came up trumps, and we arrived at the train station in plenty of time to collect tickets, get coffee and croissants and take pictures. The train ride on the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Rail Road was brill. We followed the course of the Animas river for fifty miles, rising to 9,300 feet, passing historic mining sites and little else! Some terrific views and dropped off hikers and rafters en route. This is the only way ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility