Murphy'S Resort At Estes Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Yes, we could have been a little more adventurous, but those looked pretty good. We tried the guava and blueberry so far. I love the guava!
We walked around a little more and then went to the grocery store to stock up a little. It was packed with July 4th people of course. We left and tried to find the shuttle that was near the grocery store, but nobody seemed to know where it was. Of course, it was about ...
... across from us.
Our next stop was the continental divide at Milner Pass. We got out to view Poudre Lake and Creek which flow into the Platte River and the Gulf of Mexico. Beaver Creek on the other side of the divide flows into the Colorado River and to the Pacific Ocean. We continued on to Fairview Curve where we could see south to Timber Creek Campground where we had camped in 1990. It was completely out in the open. When ...
Great day out down to the south of Rocky Mountain NP. Bear Lake is probably one of the most popular stops in the park and all the books suggested it was worth a visit....they were right! Thanks to some roadworks the only way to get down there was by shuttle bus, but clearly the kids loved that so it wasn't a problem at all....and they got to chat ...
... Her reaction and snippy cocky condescending better-than-me attitude sucked. The minute she hastily stormed off in a huff and my apparent lack of millionaire status I looked at Jym and said “we are not even staying here. That was so rude.” I will sleep in my damn car before I stay there and it’s a real shame because I was really hoping to stay there. But you know nothing uglies up something to me faster than the **** poor attitude ...
... you briefly feel like you were in Scottish Highlands.
It was a good show for a couple hours and included American military bands as
well as traditional bagpipers.
I car camped in a lot near the town’s golf course and woke
up to find a heard of elk grazing around my Jeep. It was one of those “only in
Colorado!” type experiences.
Although it was originally the Scottish Highland Festival,
Irish has been added to the official ...