Residence Inn Grand Junction
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
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... was done with the truck, I fully anticipated being able to run in to the hotel, fetch the family and be on our way. It turns out that the Holiday Inn at the Grand Canyon is very popular, and everyone and their neighbor's cousins were also partaking in the "free" breakfast. Shannon had to wait for a table only to have some woman hijack it before She and the kids could sit down. Long story longer, we had to stay a bit longer than planned, and ...
We made it home to Colorado, and I'm exhausted from our two days of travel. As I look back on our trip, I have some random (very random) thoughts about my time there.
1. Koreans are very generous. Here is a list of some of the items I was given in Korea (some from friends, others from complete strangers on the subway):
- Ginseng drink for "vitality": this was from an older gentleman on the subway. He kept saying "vitality" ...
... things to learn more. We came to a sign that said entering Mesa County. You can see where the pictures begin to turn into Mesas. Okay, Dick, whats the difference between a mesa, a butte, and a plateau. Google. A butte is what is left after the mesa has crumbled and there is only a little flat spot on top. A mesa is caused by the erosion of water over millions of years and ...
Turns out Utah mines quite a bit of coal and has from the early days. Enough to attract Butch Cassidy's attention in 1897 when he and his little band robbed the Pleasant Valley Coal Company office of $8,000. The coal around Helper, Utah is used to power steam plants and provides electricity to the area. It has seen its share of coal mine tragedies and memorials are seen along the roadside.
... place - a little "alpine" town high in the mountains, surrounded on three sides by towering peaks - it was gorgeous. Sadly we had just 30 minutes there which was way too short. We did find a chocolatier for wonderful hot chocolate, chocolate brownies and chocolate cookies (to nibble on the journey....).
I will say it was pretty chilly. The coach had been cold and in spite of efforts to warm us up, those of us at ...