Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Grand Junction-Airport
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... explaining what he did. He adjusted my back and I hadn’t noticed how tight my shoulders were (from carrying backpack, camera, water, etc.) until he adjusted that area. Still my lower back felt like it needed to adjust so he did the lowest area and we both gasped when it adjusted. He joked about me being so petite but the move was more like the ones he gives the football players that he adjusts. Either way it ...
... lots of water. The dusty red trail made our shoes dirty. Along the way an old woman from a massive tour bus asked Jessica, "Are ya bringin' the baby?" Ana lives to hike in her little mommy packand she lives waving to other jokers and looking at and touching new things. These hikes make baby smarter. I know this because I've done it before with another baby I was responsible for. So it's hot. Ana brought water, a hat, shade, and she's wearing a little cotton dress. If she ...
... junction. If anyone is driving in southern Colorado, take the road! I spent the night with a relative of my relatives who is a radio broadcaster. We grilled up some food and had a good evening while he gave me some tips on how I can improve. The next morning I went to the Colorado monument then it was on the road again. Photos here, most places, truly can't capture the awe Song of the day Strangers like me- Phil Collins ( from Tarzan) ...
... the bottom of the canyon after our descent and then headed back up again. Next was a walk across the suspension bridge. It was big enough for a car to drive across but you could still feel the bridge sway a bit in the wind as we walked across, which wasn't the most comfortable feeling. Last ride was the aerial tramway (a gondola across the gorge) which was probably my favourite, then we left the park and got back on our bike. However, Wayne didn't feel the park was complete ...
... turbulent. That really made Leslie and Tyler nervous. I just sat there and waited to land.
At the gate in Denver, once again, there was not a cart for Leslie. We had to walk from B39 to B80. That was a long ways. Once we got to B80 we were able to relax. About three minutes later we were boarding the plane.
We made it to Grand Junction at about 04:30 Madrid time. It was a long 24 hours, but we were all very glad to be back in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility