Fairfield Inn Hays
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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Here's some things that made our trip easier:
Solar panels, large inverter and battery capacity all combined to make us self-sufficient and allowed us to boondock (no hookups) so we only went to a campground every five days or so.
TomTom GPS - this was one of the most valuable tools of our trip. It guided us from beginning to end and never let us down.
Baby wipes and paper ...
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We left Snowmass/Aspen early Wednesday morning on Rt 82 towards Independence Pass. We had forgotten how beautiful it is up there and we enjoyed our brief walk around the boardwalks. There were still patches of snow all around. We then descended around Mt Elbert and the Twin Lakes and saw where the Arkansan River heads. We saw the college peaks (five peaks over 14,000 ' almost in a row). We went down ...
We had thunder storms during the night, but the day started nicely with no wind and a cool morning air left over from the storm. Most of the group found a rest stop in Ness City at the Cactus Club and a nice breakfast. When the group departed , Meriam and I joined two locals for a tour of the historic Ness County bank building. Built in the 1880's it is a wonderful ...
... interest in the USA and what it had left to offer us. We were in the deep south now, in places we had never really considered before arriving. Our presense was needed back in the UK by this time and the sprint home ensued. We hopped through St Louis, refusing to miss out on the sights. We parked our van on the river bank (very procarious car park) and walked underneath 'The Gateway Arch' up the hill into the lively party town it ...