La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction
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We were up early this morning and after packing the car and getting on the road, we landed in Zion at 8 AM and 70 degrees. Since we were at the bottom of a canyon, evidence of the sun was limited and many of my photos today showed canyon walls in darkness. However, some of those that I chose to download have some interesting shadows in them. I hope you will agree.
We began the drive through the 12 miles that would take us to the other side of the ...
... AM for Rifle, then Grand Junction. I had given thought to Rifle for lunch but my Wally World snacks held me in good stead. Pete had told me GJ was the last big stop before Moab. So, like a good consumer I stopped at WalMart again for a coffee thermos and some Gatorade.
About 200 mles so far; about 100 to go. The ride here ...
The flight to Grand Junction was pretty. We were flying almost directly toward the setting sun. There were quite a few clouds. The sunlight hitting them was beautiful. Unfortunately, none of my photographs did the sight justice.
About two hours later I was on the ground and heading for Fruita.
... of Breckenridge and some of the highway views we had today.
Colorado still had more fantastic scenery for us...the section of I-70 around Glenwood Springs is some of the most beautiful views i've ever seen from an interstate. The road meanders through these spectacular canyons that obscured the setting sun. We also went through Vail which was also cool.
Got into Grand Junction and got into bed. Only a few more days and we're at Lake Tahoe!
... but the service was mediocre. For us though it was more about the company. We have made many great friendships through TripAdvisor. This is but one.
Max promised us a Farmer Casserole for breakfast and she delivered, along with a bowl of fresh fruit that could have served half of Grand Junction. Since our drive to Denver would be a shorter day we took our time and lingered, but soon it was time to move on.
Next stop, Denver and dose of ...