Midnight Rose Hotel and Casino
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- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... The first hour of the horse ride was really good, although the sun kept hiding behind the clouds and we got a couple of spots of rain. The second hour my hips and knees started to ache and we had a mix of rain, hail and sun. By the time we got back I could not wait to get off the horse.
... up we stopped to explore the Helen Hunt falls, quite a pretty wee spot (and free)... We came back to downtown via gold camp road, which was an old railway line into the back country and has been converted into a rail trail/access route ... It was a stunning day and we had some awesome views over the town and the prairie out east ... We had a look at the side mtb trail that ...
... motorhome down this road. Keep that in mind as you look at the pictures and realize if he met anyone what problems it is going to create. Enough about him.
The road is about 23 miles, mostly quite good, and rises about 4000 feet over that mileage. As you can imagine it is not steep at any point, but the pictures at the top will show how high we went. The ...
... 25; we are being delayed."
OK...we we boarded at 9AM and headed toward the Air Force Academy. Then there was a 30- minute delay waiting for the 2nd busload, and no one to lead the tour of the chapel. At 10AM we listened to the ladies describe the life in the day of a cadet routine on the Campus, followed by details of this extradinaroy structure that was built with the help of Frank Lloyd Wright guidelines in 1963 at the price ...
... three years, though they did not work in winter, so there were only 18 months' total construction). It travels 9 miles in about an hour, and it goes up grades as steep as 25 degrees. Quite interesting history of cog railways in general and this one in particular here. This is the highest cog railway in the US (there are two others), but most of them are, perhaps not surprisingly, in Switzerland, where one of them can go up a ...