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 …
... late afternoon and found a traditional walk out m'otel. A quick trip to the grocery store across the street yielded a spinach salad and some watermelon, and some beers. It is a funny progression that in my youth the trifecta was the gas station, the bar and the m'otel. Now that I am 50 the trifecta is a m'otel, a grocery store and a pharmacy. Ha!
Kemmerer, WY to Grand Junction, CO
... upset at me for continually stopping to take pictures and waking the kids in the process...oh well :D We finally got a little bit of a break when we hit I-70. It is a picturesque highway, and one of my all time favorites at that.
One spot along the way that I would like to spend some real time in, is Moab, UT....it was actually before the I-70 - It's a great little town with a few restaurants, bars, and lots of outdoor things to do. ...
... were kayaks, paddleboards, rafts, and two girls in bikinis who just floated down the river. We also saw people just floating in inner tubes. The river is much bigger and swifter here than where we saw it in Rocky Mountain NP. Tomorrow we will have lunch in Grand Junction where the Gunnison River joins the Colorado.
We got back on the bus and continued our journey across Colorado to Palisade. We passed towns with interesting names like ...
... had been told earlier in the day that The Hot Tomato in Fruita was a good place for lunch. Since it was that time of day we decided we would try it out. We walked back to the van and pointed it back west.
On Interstate 70 there is a turn-out that truckers use often. I pulled over quickly so I could take a panorama photo of Mount Garfield. At two miles and 2,000 feet elevation ...