Hampton Inn Ft. Collins

Address: 1620 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80525, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1620 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, is near Swetsville Zoo, Cache la Poudre Wilderness Area, Arapaho National Forest, and She She Nail and Wax Lounge.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Collins

    Pot City

    A travel blog entry by dreamkeepr18 on Mar 06, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Dun-Duh-Da...you broke a wagon axle, lose 12 days.

    Anyway, I had Serial podcast to keep me company. If you haven't listened to it, I highly recommend it. Its a week-by-week telling of a murder that took place in Baltimore in 1999 by a high school kid. Its much more than just gruesome details...there's the suspect's very suspicious alibi, his good and upstanding character, his former friend ...

    The period between wyoming and halloween

    A travel blog entry by lisakatemclean on Oct 20, 2014

    ... Everyone rushed the field and crowded around the players. It was a good game to win, seeing as it was a sold out stadium!!

    I better go study, i have missed quite a few classes in the last two weeks as I was sick, and then wasn't up to going last week due to the bad news from back home. Instead I went to citi park and trespassed on a jeti. I sat there for 2 hours listening to music, i was lucky I wasn't told to get off the jeti haha.

    Ram out xx

    Preparing for the Camino

    A travel blog entry by caminogals on Sep 04, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... We have decided to stay in hotels along the way and have a bag portered from town to town. Some people might not think that this way of doing things is in the spirit of the true pilgrim but we believe that each pilgrim's journey is unique and the means of undertaking the journey is not to be judged but accepted for what it is. Each experience creates what is required for that ...

    Leaving Moab early - snow!

    A travel blog entry by mwm618 on May 09, 2014

    After a rousing evening with Pete and friends, I realized I needed to leave Moab early. It wasn't due to the carousing; rather there is a huge storm heading east. If I stayed another day I would get stuck in Colorado until Monday.

    So I met the boys at Moab Grill for breakfast - #2 - two eggs, hash browns, ham and toast for $6.95. The price was right, but the place was dirty, the staff inattentive and food average. ...

    Following your bliss, the journey begins

    A travel blog entry by soulypositive on Sep 14, 2013

    1 photo

    ... about dad?" As I told them, "Your dad would hate that, this is my dream." And that in a nutshell is true. I love travel, the more foreign the better. It is my passion. My grandmother used to call my mother "A Gypsum." She was Italian and had a heavy accent. Translated, she was calling her a gypsy. This coming from my grandmother was not meant as a compliment. So, through genetics, family history, a curiosity of all that is different, a desire to understand other cultures, ...