J.P. McGills Hotel and Casino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews J.P. McGills Hotel and Casino Cripple Creek
Travel Blogs from Cripple Creek
I've anticipated this part of my trip to be pretty special. I've grown up on stories of this area, and I just want to put a picture to it all. All of the campgrounds were filled up, so I got a sleeper cabin. It was in the ghetto of Old Colorado City, but tucked away enough to not really notice too much. From the moment I got into town, all of the bike lanes disappeared and the traffic became too close for comfort. I ditched my bike in the cabin ...
... boy was the wind blowing and cold. On the way back we stopped and climbed some big rocks and hiked some, that was fun. I got to explore some small caves in the rocks that many small animals have used. I like being Mountain Dog! Oh and we saw Marmots, but I didn't get to chase them. Grrr. Then we drove down and it was my nap time. Ahh what a ...
... in the valley of high-peaked mountains, and is only accessible by two winding roads. Cripple Creek is a one main street town, with lots of western flavor, like the Jail Museum. The only gas station was a combined grocery store / gas station / and Ace Hardware store that was upstairs over the grocery store -- pure American charm!
... to come in contact with. I think that has a real value. In Animal Kingdom there is a saying "what you see with your eyes, you value with your heart". I wholeheartedly believe this to be true. I would also like to say that I appreciate fully the amazing opportunity I have to see Disney’s Animal Kingdom and to be lucky enough to have experienced the proper way to “zoo” if you will. I also very much respect the efforts of Sea World and ...
... stations were covering the fire and watched the smoke for a bit.
The Econo Lodge was okay. Our room actually had a view of Pike's Peak and we watched the fire a bit more. It was sad to think of all the destruction but at this point no homes had burned and our friends were not even under pre-evacuation orders so the full impact of what was happening hadn't hit us yet.