Econo Lodge West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... around her house.
- We went out to Applebees and got a coke, pasta and vegetables costing me around 15 dollars
-The Morning I left I stopped at the local store and bought some ice,and food(Peanut butter and bread) costed me 26 dollars
- When I leave in 3 days I will leave at ...
... posted signs promote his beliefs about government intrusions into his life.
The small town of Westcliff was much more appealing and charming. Once a ranching town, fewer than 1,000 people live there today. We enjoyed tasty burgers for lunch at the only open restaurant, while a touring musical group began their performance at the park across the street. Shortly after leaving Westcliff we had one of our better wildlife sitings, a mature Golden Eagle. It ...
... br> We saw where we are going to be rafting and saw a lot of rafts and kayakers on the river. There are remnants of mining and we hope that our rafting guide will know the history of the area. While we were there, a train tour passed by right along the river. The dogs enjoyed the romp in the wilderness too.
We started our ½ day raft trip through the Royal Gorge at about 1:00. We had to wear helmets ...
... the way to the campground.
We stopped at a place called Mile 8 Bar and Grill and had a burger and beer on the way home. This is the first meal that we’ve eaten out since we started our trip. I’m sure it won’t be the last. We are now watching the Little League World Series and then we’ll call it a night. We might be on Central Time, but haven’t adjusted to Mountain Time yet, so we’ll be in bed ...
... when it was just me and Alex, we talked a lot. We talked about our families, our role models, our fears (both superficial and deep), our reasons for doing Bike & Build, our dreams, our morning habits, relationships, religion. He's a thoughtful person, and generous with his ideas and beliefs. He's humble and kind and a person I'm grateful to know. A couple thinks happened on our ride: we were yelled at and honked at by drivers, we were peed on by a passing horse ...