Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Lake tunnel all the way to the tunnel just outside of Glenwood Springs. It started raining from Glenwood Springs to New Castle. It cleared up and no problems until Palisade where the winds threw me around. I got to my parents hour at 12:05.
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... many miles of trails through the proposed park area so others could appreciate its beauty. In 1911 Otto’s dream came true and Colorado National Monument was established.
After we had a nice lunch we drove to the Colorado National Monument Park. It was mind boggling! The land formation in the park has been caused by erosion and time. It took millions of years for these rock formations to form. The ...
Headed out early to see the Stupa at Shambhala Mountain Centre. An enjoyable drive into the mountains. The stupa is amazingly beautiful and has a wonderful energy about it. It was built over 10 years by hundreds of people from construction people to many artists. Many lamas helped bless the stupa. I had the good fortune of being able to go up to the top secret floors reserved for vajrayana students. I meditated ...
As we left Salt Lake City, the tone of our trip changed. We had made our last major sightseeing tour, and we were now focused on getting HOME! Our drive through Utah to Colorado was estimated at 283 miles, but we hadn't expected it to be so beautiful. We were treated to high mountains with multi-colored rocks and interesting rock formations. Our drive certainly made me want to ...
... I could see a peak in front of me climbing high to its snow topped summit, but the impressive view was off to my right, far off in the distance, far far off, was a snow covered range that went off to the north as far as I could see. The Rocky Mountains, and I had to cross them to get to Denver. Moab was in the shadow of a long cliff similar to those that I had driven along side all day. A fragile, towering cliff ...