Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Parachute
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... lifted, our transportation conveyed us to camp just outside the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park - base camp. The glimmer of hope that the camp's wifi could be used was extinguished when we discovered...it was ****. We sought solace in the curry that was prepared for dinner (despite the three cooks showing significant side effects to the local produce), and retired to bed tired and full. Tom Green and 13 others like ...
We woke up this morning with the music of the Phantom of the Opera still playing in our heads. We then took some time to walk around the outside of the Venetian. All of the architecture really looks as if you could be in Venice! The first thing we saw was the ceiling of an outdoor parking area completed painted to look like the old frescoes. From in front of ...
He was right, Grand Mesa is cool. We are 11,000 feet elevation beside a lake. Mosquitoes are plentiful, but that is why they make repellent. I was told in Wyoming last year to get 100% deet spray, and it works.
We spent over a week camping at various locations on the Mesa. The most ...
... option was to hop on the freeway and ride 4 miles at an average of 22mph (thats pretty fast). It was fun riding on the freeway and watching Dan turn around to make sure that his riding partner was still upright. After every look around towards me Dan's hand would go up into the air making a fist and that always made me giggle. Even though riding on I-70 was fun it was nice to get off. We made ...
... up, up, up. It was quite pretty, and quite cold. DH said he had scouted some good greens to take me to. We headed over to where we thought the kids would be. We spotted DS; it looked like he was having a ball, and skiing really well! We didn't find DD though. I went down the "baby" hill and then up the "baby" lift, which also made me nervous. I hate chair lifts. Of course, I totally biffed it coming off ...