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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Alamosa
... constitute only 11% of the sand in the area. The valley floor contains over 300 square miles of sandy base on which the shrubby prairie plants grow. Sometimes there is pushback wind from the northwest, but the system is in balance, and the northwest winds never move out more than the southeast winds move in. The system is further maintained by two large streams which hug the dune like arms. These streams are present year round, but they ...
... crops (to be an example to the rest of the valley that you don’t have to just plant hay and potatoes- hops, for example), and raises sheep for slaughter and for their fibers (merino sheep), which she knits into hats and sweaters. She also keeps an angora rabbit to add its fibers to the mix.
We played with Elena’s goats, watching their parkour skills and feeding them bread as a treat. Elena taught us how to milk them and Alex and I milked enough out ...
... 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. ...
... the last part of the trip, it was really jerky and really slow. We got into Antonito an hour late, after 5:00. So we were on the train for 7 hours. Once we had a restroom break we boarded the bus to Alamosa and the Inn of the Rio Grande. It took about half an hour to get there. Jose had taken our luggage to the Inn and brought our keys, so Mark passed out the keys and told us 7:30 bags in the hallway and 8:15 departure.