Holiday Inn Express Suites Alamosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Alamosa
... 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 ...
... felt welcomed by the whole family including Cleave's wife Cathy, son Jared, sister Natalie, nephew Kyle, dogs; Bondi and Bandimere, father Papa, father-in-law Dick, mother-in-law Katie, other sister Cheri and the list goes on... This was the exact replica of Rach’s family in Toowoomba. Everyone lives within a minute’s drive of each other.
The next morning the kids came running in with pancakes on the mind. Grandpa started cooking them up the the Crusty's Pancake Mix. (Liam's favorites) We all shoveled down a few of the round ones and headed out to the sand dunes for one last time. Fiona and I were both sore from yesterday, so we decided to walk up the creek while Grandpa, Mary-Anne, Liam, and Quinn walked up to the ...
... We are here to see the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado, they are the biggest in North America and rise to a whopping 700 feet. We were already up at 9000 feet on the plains. We could not believe it when we arrived, they were so impressive and there were people walking up the dunes, just tiny dots. Not to be outdone, we, of course had to climb and climb and climb .The air ...
... sand dunes in the country. I had read up on the park and I knew that while you are allowed to wander the dunes as you wish, most people hike up either one or both of the tallest sand dunes in the park, 650 ft. and 750ft. So I had decided the lesser of the two was enough for this 'ole lady, and we began the climb. Let me tell you, climbing in sand is a whole lot harder than climbing on solid ground. But huffing and ...