Hampton Inn Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Grand Junction
Very friendly, very clean, very helpful. Also nice an central for exploration of the interesting town of Grand Junction.
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Travel Blogs from Grand Junction
We were really looking forward to this railway journey as it would all be completed in daylight. The overnight trips have been interesting but of course, once it gets dark there is not a lot to see! We boarded the train to follow the route from Denver to Grand Junction along the Rio Grande Railroad and it certainly lived up to expectations; I spent …
As you will see most of the day was spent either going waaaaaaaaaay up or waaaaaaaay down with lots of twists and turns along the way.
I will stop typing here and let the pictures tell the story.
... 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 ...
... valued at $50,000 to $60,000.
I was reminded of my uncle JR when I saw the 1957 BMW Isetta 300, a $40,000 to $50,000 car. He used to have one when I was a young boy. It was impracticle on several levels; it has only three wheels, just two seats, and the entire front of the car opens as the only door. Even with all of those faults it is apparently still very sought after by collectors.
The driver of the ...
... 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 ...