Hampton Inn Canon City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... through Cripple Creek, we turned onto the Shelf Road byway. Appropriately named, this narrow, twisting dirt road sits on a narrow "shelf" above a rushing stream. Once a toll road connecting Cripple Creek and Victor, another former mining community, the Shelf Road provides a 25-mile scenic alternative to highway travel between Cripple Creek and Canon City.
Canon City is at the junction of the Shelf Road and Highway 50. Its claim to fame is the Royal ...
... a nice young couple from Minnesota with us on the trip. It was very cloudy and rainy the whole trip, but since we were getting wet anyway it hardly mattered.
We learned an interesting fact. The difference between a canyon and a gorge is a canyon is wider than it is deeper, and a gorge is deeper than it is wide. We were in a gorge today.
We got back to the campground and Karen had taken some ...
Mt Princeton Hot Springs Resort is awesome. We slept with the windows open so the cool mountain air could fill the cabin. We could hear the river flowing past in the night and we all woke rested and happy. After breakfast we went to the hot springs pool and just plain old relaxed for a few hours. We were able to get a late checkout so we did not have to rush to pack up and leave our cabin. At around 11:15 we managed to drag ourselves from the pool and ...
A day to spend seeing the city of Denver. Yvonne and Des drove us into Larimer square which is only 20 mins from their home. Larimer Square is the central downtown area featuring lovely small shops, restaurants etc. A walking street goes right through the middle for about 10 blocks with a free trolley for those with tired feet. We walked and trollyed. Looked inside the beautiful ...
Not such a good sleep last night. Guess we may have to cut back on the coffee. Drove the 9 miles to Breckenridge this morning for a look around and some breakfast. This town is a different style from Vail and Aspen and more like a quaint village on the style of Greytown with restored old wooden cottages and shops featuring cafes and galleries, coffees shops and restaurants. We had coffee at Starbucks with banana walnut bread and a vista of the mountains. Set off for Denver down ...