Rocky Mountain Park Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... try to at least pull over and let them go around me because I will NOT be that person who drives slow forever with a line of cars behind me. Oh nuh uh! Anyway, there were several tunnels at the top of the mountain passes that we drove through - wasn't expecting that. There was one section that supposedly had bighorn sheep and you could tune your radio to get more info - not sure what that was all about. We finally ...
We drove a lot. For breakfast, I had Cheerios. Sissy had Cheerios. Buddy and Abby had nothing for breakfast. Me and Sissy played our iPad. I helped Daddy roll up the blinds 'cause of his fingers. We kept driving. Then we had lunch. We ate Subway at the canyon place. Then we kept driving and then we got a traffic jam. We watched Wreck-It Ralph and Christmas Vacation. And then we finally got to Elk Meadow Lodge and RV Park. Then we went to dinner. Bye. Alli Typed by: Sissy AND ...
... and pack up. We checked out at 11 and went for some breakfast not expecting to encounter the mass influx of people. We sat in traffic and what should have been a 5 minute drive became easily a half hour. We searched for a place out of the mess and finally ended up at the Mountain Home café. It was Ok. The egg sandwich was good but the waffle was terrible. But at least we had some food in us. We then drove up the road to the new place we will be staying ...
... quite funny maneuver, he darted down the deck away from me on the right, disappeared from sight, and then came running at me at TOP SPEED hauling what appeared to be an entire hot dog bun in his mouth. The bun was as big as he was, but it did not slow him down one iota. In fact, I think he was moving faster. (The hot dog bun came from a little boy at the table at the other end of the deck who, I think, effected the ...
... Park, and took a shortcut to the park entrance around Mary’s Lake. This is the terminus for an amazing underground aqueduct that goes from one side of the park to the other.
Estes Park is a strange mix of very expensive looking houses with immaculate features to typical trailer based lots. The queue at the park entrance was quite small and we immediately turned left to drive down to the Bear Lake Trailhead area. All our research had shown this was the best for moderate ...