Ramada Grand Junction

Address: 752 Horizon Drive, Grand Junction, Colorado, 81506, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 752 Horizon Drive, Grand Junction, is near Grand Mesa, Graystone Winery, Colorado Cellars, and Cross Orchards.
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      The Longest Day

      A travel blog entry by art.gomez.737 on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... I didn't eat....well, not until we hit the Wendy's drive-thru across the street. And by the way, it was pretty tasty.
      Our drive took us around the rim of the canyon, which in the morning light was even more awesome than when we saw it the previous afternoon. I was absolutely forced to stop numerous times to take some pictures...much to the dismay of the rest of the family. On one of the stops, Artie decided to remove his shoes...BIG ...

      Random thoughts about Korea

      A travel blog entry by kgriffin on Dec 23, 2013

      8 photos

      ... very important to Koreans. Ginseng is a prized ingredient and the drinks are pricy.

    • Chech Republic Magazine: random gift on subway
    • Face cream: from my friend Sareum (giving cosmetics is common)....that or I was looking old :)
    • Chocolates: from our neighbor for "Peppero Day"
    • Korean Tea Concentrate: this was a giant bottle of tea concentrate given on our last day in Seoul from my hiking ...

    • Trip to Grand Junction and of course

      A travel blog entry by rmwright on Sep 03, 2013

      45 photos

      ... a plateau. To be a true mesa it usually has to have standing bodies of water on it. I western expansion days it was a mesa if you could graze cattle on it. And a plateau is so big you usually don't know you are on a plateau. On with pictures.

      This afternoon we head to the Colorado Monument and will blog tonight with pictures that you more likely image when you think mesa.

      Day 21: Ghosts of the Red Rocks

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 18, 2013

      ... summer. Since there was little to do in Green River (see yesterday's post), we abandobed the Loneliest Road and drove the 30 miles southeast to the Moab area, where the Green River empties into the fabled Colorado River.  We drove south quickly, passing the mesas and red rocks of the Colirado Plateau. Andrew needed a bathroom badly so we stopped in the Moab Denny's to use the potty and stayed for a power brunch. The waitress was probably the friendliest person we met so ...

      Let's Do This!

      A travel blog entry by travelistolive on Apr 10, 2013

      ... be exact- in a short month and half. Maybe it is this trip that has motivated me to also start recording our adventures. It is our "official" honeymoon and we couldn't be more excited. It will hopefully be a trip of a lifetime. What better time, than the beginning of a marriage-a lifetime adventure- to start recording the the first of many adventures the two of us will begin! More to come! Love you, honey!

      Thanks for ...