Fairfield Inn & Suites Downtown / Historic Main Street
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The weather was so nice and I wanted to sit outside and look at the Colorado National Monument but the mosquitos were there waiting to carry us off! So, Tom and I headed inside to watch some TV and head to bed.
On Friday, we got ready and headed back to Mark and Judy's house. Judy was gracious enough to let us do a few loads of laundry to freshen back up again. Jason and his wife Dawn came over with their daughter Hannah and Tom ...
... to Grand Junction took about 11 or 12 hours. We once again hit the Holiday Inn with a two bedroom configuration. Each boy had their own queen sized bed, Shannon and I had a king bed, and shared the room with Marina. It was indeed a very long day...the longest day so far. With nothing to see a majority of the way, it was ******* all of us. But it was still nice to be with my family...crying, screaming, laughing - I wouldn't have it any other way.
... sister and brother. Joe was a high school science teacher and we had a lot to talk about. Peggy is a breast cancer survivor of 2 years so we hit it off too. We had great conversation as we enjoyed another fantastic meal: salad, roll, pistacchio encrusted chicken breast skewered with shrimp, garlic mashed potatoes and a summer medley of vegetables. Then Mark talked to us about tomorrow and took up a collection of two dollars each to buy Power ...
Early start for eight hour train journey from Denver to Grand Junction. It proves to be one of the most scenic routes. The first section we are seated in the carriage on the left (wrong) side but we still get good views but decide to spend the remainder of the journey in the sightseer lounge where there is commentary by the local park rangers. The next section ...
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Okay, yes I just had to start off with a cliche quote to begin this introduction. I don't know why I have been putting off starting a travel blog, but I have. It has always sounded fun and a valuable record to keep for the future- I love to write and I love ...