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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Limon
Fairly new facility, clean and comfortable....complaint they have no elevators; one ice machine on 2nd level, going to have to use stairs one way or another. Breakfast meal OK, but could offer more selection.
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... Truckers know what altitude does to engine efficiency! On the upgrades we could not even maintain a steady 35 mph. We became a hazard on the road as all the other traffic had to pull out to pass us. And not having experienced this before, we became seriously concerned that there was a real problem with the engine. We just kept our fingers crossed that we would make it down to Denver on the other side where ...
... a lot of snow in the winter!
We leave on the "Million Dollar Highway" (not sure why it is called that - perhaps someone will Google it and let me know) and climb over the mountains, eventually on Monarch Pass which goes up to 3448 m (11,312feet in old money). What a fantastic ride but at only 3C on top we needed all our layers to keep warm. But wow the sun is shining and everywhere looks completely ...
... years. One gallery was dedicated to Mimi Eisenhower.
Once we left the museum we drove around Abilene and took some pictures to help Corky and a little trip down memory lane.
I know when we get home these pictures will proved us many more opportunities to hear more fun stories. We had lunch in Salina, KS with Linda Wedge, Ken’s sister. Boy did she fill us with ...
Woke up early today and we decided to waste some time walking along the beach, no complaints here, the beach that we are staying on is pretty sure but there was enough trees down to climb... or balance on to enjoy the scenery. Puerto Veijo is beatiful and we are starting to get the hang of the slow pace... well kind of anyways. we head to the front early to wait to be picked up for our tour. we wait, and wait some more, and then wait a little ...
... can guess the conversation revolved solely around that for the rest of the night, and I was sitting there amazed by some of their stories. Two of them could get a pound of grass legally for "medicinal" purposes. Another one had his own warehouse out in the sticks were he would grow half a million dollars worth per year. I love staying in hostels. ...