Holiday Inn Express Suites Alamosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and it goes back to Elena’s great-great grandfather who was a significant figure in the community.
Learned a lot about organic/alternative methods/conventional farming, also a LOT about water rights and Spanish settlement of the area.
It was sad to say goodbye to new friends made (two-legged and four-legged alike). But I hope we come back soon and get to see the progress Elena has made on all of her dreams – and maybe we can contribute in some ...
Jared was on his summer break and working with Papa out on the farm. We think he was threatened by his Mum to take us out or suffer the wrath of Cathy. He was on his best behaviour when he took us to possibly one of the most unique landscapes we had seen to date. These giant sand dunes are one of the largest sets of dunes in the States. Formed over millions of years by strong winds blowing and depositing ...
... to durango. Essentially, we paid lots of money for 5 hours of riding in vehicles. That night we stayed at the durango koa. The next morning, we headed to McDonald's for breakfast. The kids were really into the monopoly game. Finally, the van was ready so nana and grandpa decided to stay in durango one more night before heading to North Carolina. Here we split our ways, as we headed to great sand dunes national ...
... Nutella, egg salad, and chicken sandwiches. On the drive over to Moab, we climbed up to a small arch. Fiona and Quinn had a great time trying to explain how the arch was made. "Maybe a plane flew through it!" or, "A big earth worm ate it!" Liam and I laughed at the ideas, then started to make our way back down. I was worried that Fiona or Quinn would fall on the rock a get a scrapped up face. Just to make sure this didn't happen, ...
... apologized for interupting, and ordered a apple danish nd iced tea. I was going to sit outside, but the older guy wanted to chat...me too i guess. His name was Jim Richie, he was a clergyman in vietnam, then a lawyer. He was traveling by himself to some kind of seminar thing. He gave me lots of advice about the area, and after an hour long visit, REALLY advised i visit Westcliff, so i will, probably on the return. He did give me a run down of many of the towns and ...