Fairfield Inn & Suites Downtown / Historic Main Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a great Halloween, me and Dev woke up after just over three hours sleep, packed, and ate breakfast in record fast time, and made our way to the station. When we arrived, the service on our Amtrak was delayed, and as it turned out, our 8:05am train ended up having an estimated arrival time of 2pm! After only three hours sleep this was the worst timing for this kind of issue to spring up! As a result, we ...
... the park, we drove north for a couple of hours headed for I-70 that would take us to Colorado. Yes, we have officially made the turn in our trip and are now moving east. We drove through many small towns, some dead or dying, others still full of life. One town in which we stopped was flooded with 4 wheelers at the gas station, on the highway and on off-road trails. They were everywhere. It is clearly the sport of choice in this little town. Some ...
The push north was mostly desert. And I was at this stage sick of the desert and wanted to get clear and into the mountains. The desert landscape changed shape several times but the constant was the brittle cliffs that were off in the distance or high above me. Sometimes they would be smooth red rock formations that had been weathered by wind and rain. Mostly this was Indian land so there was shanty towns all along the ...
The flight to Grand Junction was pretty. We were flying almost directly toward the setting sun. There were quite a few clouds. The sunlight hitting them was beautiful. Unfortunately, none of my photographs did the sight justice.
About two hours later I was on the ground and heading for Fruita.
... through tunnels, and past small towns boasting about their hot springs. I had randomly gotten my self on the million on dollar highway, ( or 550 north). A famous scenic highway that is one of the greatest motorcycle roads in the country. Multiple times I had to swerve around rocks that had Fallon off the San juan mountains. It was truly amazing and utterly unexpected. I am truly have blessed to have chosen that route ...