Microtel Inn By Wyndham Brush

Address: 975 N Colorado Avenue, Brush, Colorado, 80723, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 975 N Colorado Avenue, Brush.
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    Travel Blogs from Brush

    Just Hanging On

    A travel blog entry by olytrains on May 05, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to arrive at our destination midafternoon. I just wish I wouldn't need an hour to get ready in the morning. I do have one funny story. My alarm rang the second night we were traveling, so I crawled out of bed and took my shower. When I was just about to wake up Jim my clock/phone said it was 1:30 AM!! It was just someone calling the wrong number. Tomorrow we head for the Golden Spike Tower in North Platte, Nebraska. ...

    Sterling to Des Moines

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jun 20, 2013

    81 photos

    ... not only be of the road, but of a spiritual voyage on earth.

    After two years of searching for a perfect site for the Holy Family Shrine, a site was secured. The site is located off of at the Gretna exit, in the bluffs overlooking the Platte Valley.

    The Holy Family Shrine intends to reveal the apostolic succession of The Church, the Catholic Church, based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church that: "The desire for God is written in the ...

    Onto the Plains

    A travel blog entry by coatimundi on Jul 18, 2010

    ... to the east, where a brewpub - if the term is even recognized - is a novel concept, to say the least. Brighton is where I left the Colorado that's familiar to most and entered what really should be a separate state entirely: Plains Colorado. It sprawls south from the Platte River, boxes of hills and fields squared off by red lines on maps, their corners small, somewhat indistinguishable towns uncomfortably placed and unprotected from any sort of meteorological madness that may ...

    Mountains, Mountains and Mountains

    A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Aug 18, 2009

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... I-70 followed the Colorado RIver as we wound our way through the Rockies. The variety in shapes and colors and landscapes was breathtaking.

    A favorite part of our trip was stopping in Denver. We visited Kelsey's cousin who lives there and went to dinner with her good friend Kevin. "Suprise! I'm in Denver! Whatchya doin ...

    2912 Sterling

    A travel blog entry by bsuarez on Jan 10, 2007

    Sterling smells like sanitation. In fact, most of NE Colorado and W Nebraska smells like sanitation. Like there's an overpopulated hog farm and no one cleans up there. Along the way in Denver, we encountered our first bout of traffic. Some guy almost rammed into the back of us. That would've been unfortunate. Luckily, I was aimed toward the shoulder, so the ...