La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction

2761 Crossroads Boulevard, Grand Junction, Colorado, 81506, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2761 Crossroads Boulevard, Grand Junction, is near Grand Mesa, Graystone Winery, Glenwood Canyon, and Colorado Cellars.
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    Travel Blogs from Grand Junction

    From Cassidy country to quivering aspen

    A travel blog entry by jandal on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... grow up in. The fabulous Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Arches National Parks have been ticked off and we are truly over: red canyons, dust and natural arches.

    Waiting for our license plates we based ourselves by a lake near Moab. At 100/110F why was the whole town not there? Moab is rumoured to be the only town in Utah with any life after 6pm, couldn’t see much sign of that at the lake.

    Hope all’s well with you all. All for ...

    Monument Valley to Grand Junction

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 17, 2014

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    ... festive during the 420. I replied that I had no idea what that meant. 420 is an annual event that happens on the 20th March every year where everyone comes to Boulder to smoke weed. It is legal here in Colorado. Dexter says that a lot of people have contacted him wanting a weed friendly place to stay. I explain that I'm not into that and he suggests we meet up where he works the next day. I say my goodbyes to Dayna and go to ...

    Trip to Grand Junction and of course

    A travel blog entry by rmwright on Sep 03, 2013

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    ... a plateau. To be a true mesa it usually has to have standing bodies of water on it. I western expansion days it was a mesa if you could graze cattle on it. And a plateau is so big you usually don't know you are on a plateau. On with pictures.

    This afternoon we head to the Colorado Monument and will blog tonight with pictures that you more likely image when you think mesa.
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    Day 21: Ghosts of the Red Rocks

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 18, 2013

    ... print was a bit larger than Jessica's hand. It probably belonged to a theropod, an upright walking birdish dinosaur, who was walking along a mud beach. The print hardened and filled with a lighter sand. This made the print quite visible. As Jessica came back down, Andrew told nenthat if she died, the vacation would be over. I agreed with him and reassured him that she was being careful. He didn't stop worrying until he could meet her on the trail and guide her down with ...

    Glorious Drive

    A travel blog entry by katiebelle667 on Jun 11, 2013

    Today we left Denver (finally). Denver is a lovely place and Pat has been a great hostess but it is good to leave the frustration of Joey's ear infection behind us. We drove Route 70 through the most gorgeous country I've ever seen! 70 winds along the Colorado River through the Rocky Mts. Joe and I were so mesmerized by the scenery that ...