Days Inn Alamosa
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Day two started early. I always have trouble sleeping in when I am on the road. We packed up everything (amazing how much you can spread when you have a seven year old boy with you), then headed down to breakfast. The hotel did that up very well. We had a wide choice of hot items, as well as rolls, fruit, cereal and sweets. Then it was time to head …
... over Cascade Creek. This was the highest bridge at 137 ft. above the creek. Descending further we came to the old railroad toll station, Osier. It was once a small railroad community but today it is our place for lunch.
For lunch we had the choice of a turkey dinner, meatloaf dinner or soup and salad. Derek and I turkey and Larry had meatloaf. When you went in, there were three lines for the three choices. Most of the ...
... as the sand was wet and she almost got stuck. Larry decided to proceed to the Point of No Return where it said it was safe for cars without 4-wheel drive. When we got there we found a parking lot with a picnic table. We were going to just birdwatch until the table was free when another couple told us of a trail to the dunes where we could have our lunch. So we took the 1/2 mile Sand Pit Trail. It was a trail through sandy ...
... in to the river we ran into Quinn and Grandpa. Fiona ran back with her brother and grandpa while I washes off my legs and feet off. On the walk back I ran into one of girls from paddle oregon last year. I couldn't remember her name at first but after he dad said Katie, it all came back to me. I went up and said hi then asked what she was doing in Colorado. She said that her ...
Well, after settling in, we called the shuttle and headed off to Bronco Billy's Casino. We went to the entrance, and the door was locked. We walked down the street a little, and went into the next set of doors, which had the name of another Casino. Once inside, we found that they had torn down the walls between what used tone five different stores, and they were all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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