La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... and later. We decided that we'd splurge and get a nicer hotel for our last night on the road. The Fairfield Inn provided us with amazing beds, hot showers, and wifi for catching up on the blog and for Jan to participate in a Virtual Symposium tomorrow morning. We will arrive home a little cleaner and a little more refreshed for having stayed in such a comfortable place.
... 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 ...
This will be the first of two blogs today. Once again our trip over from Glenwood Springs was spectacular. Not necessarily my I idea of beauty, but certainly spectacular. We weren't on the road very long before Lynn grabbed the camera and began clicking away. This set of pictures may be more for the geology buff. I stand in awe of the strata and formations. Enough so that I ...
... t go any farther east if I tried since the Interstate, the only road out really, is completely shut down due to mudslides. We are in a hotel called the Mesa Inn. It's toilets have a paper band, so there won't be any silly business. It's trying so hard to be a nice hotel. Anyway, I have a bed and tv, so I'll be fine here during what's certain to be shaky weather outside. We gad a late start to our travels today in Green River because sometimes you just have to sleep in ...
... Maybe because I've felt my journeys are too random or there is too much time spent in between trips, and that it wouldn't be worthwhile. BUT, as I reflected upon my reasons, I decided that they simply were not true. I've had the great opportunity to grow up in a family where we traveled all the time. These experiences have allowed me to be the person I am today- full of wanderlust and possessing an overwhelming desire to see ...