Days Inn Alamosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Alamosa
The room smelled fresh and everything looks clean. No elevator so you have to cart your suitcases up the stairs. Tub is really deep but the sink area has little counter space. The lady at the front desk was very helpful in recommending a restaurant that would be good for kids.
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... and it goes back to Elena’s great-great grandfather who was a significant figure in the community.
Learned a lot about organic/alternative methods/conventional farming, also a LOT about water rights and Spanish settlement of the area.
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... felt welcomed by the whole family including Cleave's wife Cathy, son Jared, sister Natalie, nephew Kyle, dogs; Bondi and Bandimere, father Papa, father-in-law Dick, mother-in-law Katie, other sister Cheri and the list goes on... This was the exact replica of Rach’s family in Toowoomba. Everyone lives within a minute’s drive of each other.
... Larry said he could feel cinders in his shoes. Larry and Derek had another beer and got to the room when I was finished with showering. We all were on computers checking emails and downloading pictures and videos. I took 237 pictures and videos. I deleted almost 100 of them. Derek filled up his 4G card and almost filled his 2G card. Derek took 200 altogether but 50 of them were videos. I ironed clothes for tomorrow and wrote the blog.
... school, a history teacher in a middle school, or photographer. 6. Stay happy, healthy and myself. After Erik and Richard pushed our raft into the shallow part of the river, they walked back up to button us up in our PFD's. Another group floated past us as we pushed off the rock that was holding us. Two rubber duckies followed the raft with one boy as it's passenger. Our first white water was experienced one minute from when we started. Quinn ...
... in a way, simple. My good deed for the day was when i pulled over at an obscure place crossing over a ridge and some guy got out of a truck that was there and walked up to me as i was writing my last short posting. He asked me if i was with the forest service coming to meet him. I wasnt. He said he's been waiting a while and left. Honestly i think, the people around here think i'm a local or something...i guess i could pass as slightly mexican..and of course that ...