DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
Great hotel - very comfortable rooms and a complimentary shuttle service to the vibrant downtown area. Thanks again Hilton!
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We drove down to Grand Junction today, on the last but one leg of our big round trip. The road from Rock Springs to Grand Junction is long, mostly straight (aside from the many hairpin bends around Douglas Pass) and passes through miles and miles and miles of open country. We hardly saw a car or a building all the way except for the odd town on the …
While packing up to leave the hotel a gentleman came up to me and asked where I was going to and coming from. I told him Grand Junction, Colorado and Bend, Oregon, respectively. He said that he had just retired in St. Louis, Missouri and he and his wife were moving to Bend Oregon. I said that it was a beautiful area and he said yes and that is why they ...
... Colorado. We drove through the town of Helper and another town called New Helper, UT. There was a hotel called Balance Rock Motel and restaurant called Balance Rock Eatery! Later we would see the actual rock with a 600 pound boulder balancing on top. We also passed a coal mine Willow Creek that was closed in 2000 after an explosion which killed 2 miners and sent 8 others to the hospital. The mine was boarded up and ...
... I traveled out of the Yampa Valley following a river. Hills, mountains, greenery. Hitting Mesa County was just as expected -- lots of eroded mountains and mesas. I tried to eat in downtown Grand Junction, but they have about 20 parking spots. This is not advisable with a bike with lots of luggage.
... a plateau. To be a true mesa it usually has to have standing bodies of water on it. I western expansion days it was a mesa if you could graze cattle on it. And a plateau is so big you usually don't know you are on a plateau. On with pictures.
This afternoon we head to the Colorado Monument and will blog tonight with pictures that you more likely image when you think mesa.