General Palmer Hotel
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We all danced and played some beer pong American style and really enjoyed the Colorado atmosphere.
The air was filled with pumping music on a Friday night and jam-packed full of locals. We left at 2am which was close time and jumped into a cab for a short ride back to the hotel so it was pretty easy to get to!
The next morning we checked out of our hotel but we were not leaving Durango just yet!
Arrived in Durango CO today after some fun and some challenging days. Connectivity remained poor but finally able to post, hopefully with pictures. We left Lower Calf Creek campground early for a gorgeous climb up a slickrock fin with15% grades in places, steep drop offs on BOTH sides and long views. After a tasty breakfast in Boulder we went up to 9600' in elevation to cross Boulder Mtn. Then ...
... that we reached Durango and found the hotel.
Free drinks at the bar meant we splashed out and had a G&T and a whisky to recover, before Richard very kindly rang the car rental people to try and organise a new car, as the engine light is still on (whatever that means) and it has been pretty lumpy today.
After which, a short stroll into town for a pretty mediocre Italian tied up the day nicely.
And what a day.
Dinner with the ...
... tech squeezed the warmed-up ultrasound goo on to my belly and then began checking out my insides while we watched the flat screen TV like a hawk. Maybe 15 seconds went by and the tech began quickly passing the ultrasound probe from one side to the other. Each time she moved to the other side, we noticed a definite line and definite figure. Hmm, that seemed a little bit weird, I thought, and turned to Chip asking him what exactly ...
I'll have to take his word for it as I was out to the world by 19.20 and snoring heavily. This apparently did not impress our neighbours but I felt like rigor mortis was setting in (at least from the hips down) after what for me at least has been a very, very strenuous day in the saddle. I was starting to suffer.
PS thankyou to the family on the other side who gave us a beer each. We were both v ...