Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Washington
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From Washington, UT (not, gasp, DC): Another bright, virtually cloudless day. When last we met, MJ and I had arrived at our hotel at night. This morning we discovered a great view from our window of the hills and buttes west of us.
First, though, back to yesterday. The front range of the Rockies has snow, but not a whole lot. The ski areas …
Have been so busy accumulating blogoids, haven't had time to record them until now.
When last we met, MJ and I were heading west for Denver, CO (my brother Mike’s place in Lakewood, the next municipality west of D. Our guide, Irving Custer, got lost somewhere in mid-Nebraska, but we were able to avoid Indians by maintaining speeds …
... Canyon Overlook. With the stormclouds brewing it was very dramatic. We also saw our 1st Desert Big Horn Sheep which was cool.
At camp we were warned of a flash flood and the river rose 5ft in 2 hours which is crazy as we didnt feel a drop of rain.
We took the 6:30am shuttle to the end of the line and the start of The Narrows Trail. Sadly due to the flood it was closed so instead we did ...
... spot to sit and warm up. We sat and ate, reflecting on what we had achieved and where we were in the big old world.
This was momentary relief however for we had a big walk back to camp ahead of us. So we set off once again only this time the canyon opening up a little with each step, the stream becoming shallower and the obstacles less treacherous. By the time we made it back to camp we were cold, hungry and sore. They suggest you attempt ...
... Dan who was visiting from Israel. He was trudging through the narrows in shorts and nothing else. Barefoot! We did the whole hike with him and it proved to be full of laughs. The hike becomes very technical once you enter Orderville canyon. You have to use ropes and natural handholds to climb up waterfalls and sandstone slides. We trudged up to the top area of Orderville canyon, turned ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Very nice place. Hard to find and address wasn't in our new GPs yet, but it was worth the search for it.
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