Grand Vista Hotel
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... Junction, Colorado.The City of Grand Junction is the largest city in western Colorado. Grand Junction is situated 247 miles (398 km) west-southwest of the Colorado State Capitol, Denver. The city is located along the Colorado River.
To the northeast, the weathered Little Bookcliffs cut across the skyline. To the southeast soars the Grand Mesa, the world's largest flat-topped mountain. Until 1821, the Grand Valley was ...
Our plane landed in Grand Junction ahead of schedule. Once the plane arrived at the gate, we had to wait for our carry-on bags to be delivered to the jetway. Since we did not check any luggage, we strolled right out of the airport to the waiting vehicle.
It was nice to be in Colorado ...
... section the river and the road are in deep Canyons with tall straight red walls. There is bushy vegetation along the river so it was hard to get clean pictures of it.
I came across a loop road that I took thru a valley and up a mountain. Some obnoxious guy pulled his SUV right up to the map so I decided to just try it. It was pretty cool. At a viewpoint from the mountain back into ...
... Junction is clearly visible from the heights of the park and Colorado River flows just below. It is for the river, not the state, that the park is so named. For me, the scenery was nothing new, so not worth staying for long. Besides, I have miles to cover on my drive straight back to ...
... from the bike shop.
We both got a coffee and Tyler got a blueberry muffin. We sat in front at a sidewalk table and just chilled. While we were having our coffee I decided to walk back to the truck to get my camera. I took a few photos of the downtown area, including the headless chicken sculpture (see http://www.miketheheadlesschicken.org/ for more details on that story).
Once we finished our coffee we unloaded the bikes ...