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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
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... on base. I got to hand it to the both they were quite good, not quite ready for the X factor but they had potential. They provided a good source of comedy and after a few more drinks Betina, Zoe and Stef hit the stage to perform a rendition of Oasis classic wonder-wall. It was a good effort all round by the guys but I can't see simon cowell signing them up anytime soon ha ha. I got chatting to the jack black wannabe he was actually a really nice ...
The weather was unusually damp for this time of year. Sporadic rain showers popped up throughout the day so you had to be prepared. Teresa, Bill, Jim and I decided to hike Bear creek trail this morning despite the weather. When we finished 3 hours later we had climbed 2800 feet and had gone 9 miles. We made our way to Wasatch trail which was very steep, rocky and even though we could have ...
... that you aren't seeing gorgeous beauty of God's creation that we saw today. And you aren't seeing the brilliant sunshine bouncing of the new snow up on Lizard Pass, but you do get an idea of the absolute grandeur that is the Rockies.
Tomorrow we will have 3 posts I think. We are traveling down a section of 550 called the million dollar highway, because of the million dollar view. And then we will ...
... also in the van and we picked up one other party from the Ice House before heading back to Montrose.
We arrived at the airport about 10:30am and there was nobody in line to check in for American Airlines so I checked right in. Being a small airport, security only opens a certain amount of time prior to a flight taking off, so it was about 11:15am before the security checkpoint opened. Apparently Montrose airport does not offer “lav service” for the planes, so ...
... the Texas heat came with us.
Down at the Park's Visitor Center we met a couple of full-time RVers who have both been on the road for more than a decade. (one day we will get there). Ms. Betty one of the volunteer park host gave us a ton of information from the sites to see in Ridgway to getting back to Texas without going over all the mountains (thanks Ms. Betty, you were spot on) One of the places she mentioned was the ...