Hampton Inn Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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
... more clothing, gassed up, and emptied the bladder. Back on the road and into Colorful Colorado and my parent's home.
Pam came over and helped fix dinner and I regaled them with tales of the trip. Bailey, their toy poodle, entertained me with chasing a moth.
514 miles today
3509 miles total
300 miles remaining
Day 16 ...
... towns were basically clumps of small demountable houses in areas that seemed to show no significance. this whole trip across the desert had left me with absolutely no phone reception since the Grand Canyon so no one seems interested in this area. Maybe it was because it was a reservation and therefore the appropriate authorities are not able to put up any cell towers. This was a little annoying as I was relying on my ...
... we walked down to the cliff edge and took some pictures. Then we watched a movie which was mostly artsy pictures and not much information. The exhibits were very informative however. We stopped at Independence Monument View. Next Monument Canyon View to see the other "monuments" which were tall free-standing pillars of rock formed from wind and water erosion. All the while Bonnie is telling us about the history, the plants and animals and the geology ...
Beautiful drive from Moab through the Canyon Pass on Highway 128, driving alongside the Colorado River. Noticed lots of beaut little camping spots beside the river. Took us a bit longer taking this route, but well worth the scenery.
Arrived at Grand Junction, Colorado, and booked in for the night.
Uh oh! Hold on to your hats! Ed has found a Coachmen Motorhome online for the right price. Only it is in Waco, yes in f*%#@ Texas. After a couple ...
... quiet. Next we drove to the town of Marble. They mine giant blocks of white marble here that are transported around the world to make buildings such as the Jefferson Memorial in DC. It was interesting to see the marble slabs but the museum and gallery were closed so we moved on. The drive was beautiful and soon we started driving through orchards, vineyards and organic farms. I kept seeing signs for Grand Junction and Palisades and figured we were ...