Knights Inn Limon
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Travel Blogs from Limon
We said good bye to this town and headed on over to Abilene, Corky’s stomping grounds.
The Church is St. Andrew’s and this is where Ken and Corky got married. It is across from the Eisenhower Museum, home and Library. So we started our visit with the Museum and home. There was a lot of memorabilia about WWI and of course Ike’s pre & ...
... the day in there. I found a cool wee hostel thats just under new management within the past few days, so they are still pulling up floorboards and ripping out the kitchen. There were only 5 other people staying, all of them guys, and as the conversation went on these 5 guys all discovered they had one thing in common; they grew their own weed. ...
... way back the bus stopped at a hotel so we could browse their tat shops, hear some Costa Rican music, use their bar and use their WC....what a wasted half hour. Back on board we changed out of our wet clothes and went for lunch. We then left the boat to look at the artisans market on the port - mainly mass produced tat. No-one wanted to join Stewart on a stroll into town - the other tour guides had warned everyone off from going into ...
... they sit between two pancakes with maple syrup in the middle. It was one of the most surreal tastes I have ever experienced and for me thats something. It nearly made me sick to I was compelled to eat it.............. Durian fruit eat your hear ...
... was overcast/rainy in Boulder/Denver, but beautiful and sunny on our hike above the clouds. The summit was awesome, as was the wind up there...probably a steady 40 knots, with an air temp around forty. Thank goodness for the sun. After the hike, we returned to Mark/Bettina's and had a 2 hour power nap before dinner in town at a nice French ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed