Hampton Inn Grand Junction
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Very friendly, very clean, very helpful. Also nice an central for exploration of the interesting town of Grand Junction.
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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 …
... her about selling things. I think it is funny because she sold everything to lean how to sell things.</li><li>We got gas and it summed up to be $33.73.</li><li> I bought a burger and fries from in&out which cost ...
... to wish I was counting them. When I hit the 10,000 foot gap I stopped to take a few pictures and overheard bikers talking, many were training for a race, but everyone out there that day was just doing it for recreation. I wish I had the balls to bike up a mountain for fun. As I continued down the road it started to get curvier. It got to the point that traffic was moving a mere 20 mph, but it was beautiful. I rode past melting ...
... view that was strongly reminiscent of the Grand Canyon. We didn't get nearly enough pictures, and I'll never be able to describe it all, but I highly recommend the stretch of Interstate 70 going east from Salina, Utah, to the Colorado border. Be forewarned, though, as we were: There is a 110-mile stretch of that road where there are no services available, including gas. Gas up in Salina!
On the way we encountered several lizards including the collared lizard. He/she (I didn't check) was bright green with a beautifully colored collar.
We named our group the Huskies! Each time I would yell Huskies the kids would bark like Huskies and stop so that we could make sure we were all together. We finished our hike by learning about the Tamarisk and ...