La Quinta Inn & Suites Grand Junction
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Travel Blogs from Grand Junction
... should be called "toss into the crevace" (pronounced creh-vahs) ) back to the top and Prime Cut back down to the truck. We threw the bikes in the back, took some pictures of some Virginians and cruised down to Hot Tomato, a biking/dinosaur themed pizza shop. Pesto slice with Cholula hit the spot. A kid across the way kept making pterodactyl noises that his parents barely shrugged at. Spent the evening placing bee escapes in 2 hives that we ...
... me of how blessed we are to live in Sedona.
I passed up an opportunity to stop for gas at Kayenta thinking that it would be priced lower in Utah. Big mistake there! It cost me almost .40 per gallon more at Monticello. We did stop at mile marker 13 to shoot the classic Monument Valley road photo. There was no traffic so I could take a few minutes to get it right. We drove on and went right through Moab, waving and saying hi to some of our favorite ...
... of this amazing world as I can. It simply is a drug. The more I see, the more I desire to see more. I can't get enough.
From a young age, every trip that I have ever gone on, I have kept a written journal of my experiences. A new goal may be to completely transfer these written journals to this blog. How amazing would it be to use this site as a means to create one unified record of my life's adventures? I'd hope ...
... for an hour sipping coffee and watching the sun light up the mountain behind us. We did get the stove going again before we went to the pools so it was nice and toasty when we returned to our cabin from our soak.
We made pancakes and packed up the car and headed out the door to our next undisclosed location. We drove through the town of Redstone which was super cute but mostly closed up for the winter. We seem to be in a summer resort area so it ...
... there for probably 20 minutes. We were directly across from a point in the river where a small segment of the river moved closer to the south edge of the canyon. Where it split away from the main river, the bed was much more shallow. That caused the familiar gurgling sound of water. Even though we were quite high and on the opposite side of the river we could still very distinctly hear the sound. At one point I asked Tyler why the sound ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility