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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... 1073;щем и целом, иди куда хочеш 00; (хотя это тоже вопро 89; воспр 80;ятия; прост 86; трейл 86;в ...
... Betina and Sofia headed to the gondola for a ride on the cable car to see what telluride looks like at night. It was absolutely beautiful twinkling stars and lights from the town below made it look so magical from above. Really happy I came on it it was such a beautiful experience. Once we returned to the condo it was time for a chill and early night as we are camping down with the Navajo tribe tommorow night. Oh and hikarou finally turned up, funny boy :) Night ...
... we started seeing more and more wildflowers, including my favorite: Fireweed (a pink flower, of course)! In my opinion, the best spot we saw it was on a ledge overlooking the river down below. There were several Fireweed plants in this area.
Some of the road to the basin got very narrow, winding along the edge of a high cliff. One of these spots was called the Drinking Gourd. Here, water drips out of the rock wall, offering ...
Day Seven -- Plan A, Plan B, Plan C
Today was supposed to be our day to drive to Ouray to enjoy the views on the San Juan Skyway, see the waterfall at Box Canyon, go to the hot springs, and do a bit of birding. We chose this over the train to Silverton because I really, really wanted to go to Ouray and not stop at Silverton. Mother Nature had other plans.
On the way up we were passed by a big convoy of test vehicles from one of ...
... on the Brown Bear. It was good food, and we enjoyed it! We got green chile hamburgers, chile, french dip sandwhiches, and more.
As we left Silverton, it started to rain. We watched the tall mountains through the rain drops on our windows as Stephanie and I played card games with our cousins. This part of the road - between Silverton and Ouray - is scarier than the Durango-Silverton section. The drop-offs ...