Hampton Inn Ft. Collins
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Fort Collins
... and entertained all the kids (and adults) with science tricks and Oscar and Astrid were fascinated. We walked out with a boomerang (which is now in the tree outside the house) and a gyro-copter (I think?) Photos to follow as it wasn't open today.
After this, Oscar wanted to finish the day with a Ben and Jerry's ice-cream so that was our last spot of the day. Favourite moments for everyone today - the Discovery ...
... 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, ...
... with Wendy & Denny Hooper, Laura & Ronny Tidwell, Bob & Karen Bolles. We were very spoilt, didn't have to provide anything. Great beans, great cornbread and great crab dip, as well as the steak and chops, all sooo yum. We will keep in touch with these beautiful people and hope they make it to Oz one day so we can return their hospitality. Bit ****** that we didn't think to take any photos. Ronny played his guitar and sang for us all. Very talented and ...
... but who knows? Maybe they think the Clark's Nutcracker hibernates in the winter and the chipmunk builds hay piles.
We ate dinner at a different Italian restaurant--a much more successful endeavor than last night--where we got a table outside on the deck by the river. We finally rolled into the hotel at nearly 9 p.m., 12 and a half hours after we left.
Tomorrow we'll visit a few sites in the lower elevations of the park, and ...
... project depicting something they found of interest from the reading. The history of structures was typically what they picked to work on.
The neolithic area starts the story off in a great adventure for us, we were spending up to an hour a day just on the study of Ireland. Lucky us that this wonderful book gave us not only History lessons, geography, art, religion and myth ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Fort Collins
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Fort Collins
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations