Midtown Motel

Address: 215 E 3rd St, La Junta, Colorado, 81050, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 215 E 3rd St, La Junta, is near Koshare Indian Museum, Picketwire Canyonlands, Otero Museum, and Vogel Canyon.
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        Travel Blogs from La Junta

        We killed a lot of butterflies today!

        A travel blog entry by dgosse on Sep 18, 2013

        3 comments, 7 photos

        ... of the house behind the store and asked if we would like a drink.  He offered to let us sit at a table on the side of the cafe.  We asked for a couple of cokes, and went to the front of the store, but the door was locked. He was actually closed for the mid afternoon.  As he handed out our cokes, I remembered that we had no cash left and I asked if he accepted debit or credit.  He said, don't ...

        Crazy day!

        A travel blog entry by andreaofee on Aug 16, 2013

        1 comment, 30 photos

        ... happened and the mechanic was able to diagnose the problem. The rubber sleeve that attaches an aluminum turbo charger pipe to the engine came off. It would have been an easy fix but we didn't have the tool to unscrew the nut. We called a mechanic in a town 40 minutes away and waited for him to arrive. He had it fixed in 2 minutes. It turns out we were only 2 miles from the summit and then it was ...

        The Rain on the Plain....

        A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 01, 2012

        12 photos

        The drive from Capulin to LaJunta, Colorado, is about 125 miles. The last leg is a 80-mile cruise northeastward on state route 350. We saw only about a half-dozen cars along the whole stretch, and none of those were traveling in our direction. La Junta is not, apparently, a staggeringly popular tourist destination. Along the way, however, we ran through a pretty heavy duty rainstorm. The way the storms blow up on the ...

        Great day 78.5 miles

        A travel blog entry by feedtheneed on May 19, 2012

        9 photos

        ... that we take the leftovers with us good carbs...Then to DQ for soft serve ice cream and home to play Apples to Apples with Grace their 12 yr. old daughter. It was a lot of fun and we so appreciated their hospitality.

        This morning Chuck got up and made us eggs with spinach wraps and then we were on our way by 8:30am, with side, head and some tail winds for the day....Our stop was to be Suger City, CO but since there wasn't anything there ...

        Buff, tatanka

        A travel blog entry by garethlaura on Apr 26, 2012

        5 photos

        ... with cowboys buried there from the mid 1800's and stories about how they died, mostly stray bullets from being in the wrong place at the wrong time, you would think they would learn to duck. The next stop was a room full of native indian info and relics and basically how the white man ****** them up (a bit like little bit in the other india) We saw a stuffed buffalo (i dont mean he had just eaten) and learned that 3 million buffalo were killed by the white man between 1872 and ...