Residence Inn Grand Junction
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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September 26th, DAY 11 MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE
After night of little sleep, we were off to The Museum of Nature and Science in Denver. The museum featured many nature exhibits, but the most interesting sections were the Health Science and the Gemstones, Rocks and Minerals. The Health section was very hands on, Carson actually got to …
The area only became readily accessible to man thanks to the building of the road, which must have been a tortuous job. The Great Depression provided a ready source of labour for the project.
We saw Balanced Rock - a 600 ton Boulder perched in top of a rock pedestal and the aptly named Coke Ovens.
We walked the Alcove trail ...
... existed, that possibility was real.
From these lofty heights, it was ironic that, in Colorado Springs, we encountered what was to be the bottom of the barrel in motels. In a Day’s Inn there, we found a dirty, dangerous motel, which we had pre-booked and pre-paid the day before, so we were locked in to the commitment. We got there late at night., and in the dark, the motel was scary, populated by sketchy people and ...
... her about selling things. I think it is funny because she sold everything to lean how to sell things.</li><li>We got gas and it summed up to be $33.73.</li><li> I bought a burger and fries from in&out which cost ...
... about it. *** After some R and R at the McBride home, the original plan was to head for the Grand Mesa, known as the world’s largest flat-topped mountain. A mesa is an elevated area of land with a flat top and sides that are usually seep cliffs. Mesa is Spanish for table; mesas get their name from their characteristic table-top shape. The Grand Mesa is about 500 square miles, and reaches a maximum elevation of ...