Residence Inn Grand Junction
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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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 ...
... salt bed. Water, ice, extreme temperatures and underground movement caused incredible formations of towering spires, pinnacles and balanced rocks to be formed. The arches themselves were formed from erosion and weathering.
We didn't care how they got here. We just loved being among them.
We walked to Sand Dune Arch through mounds of red sand and ate our picnic lunch at Balanced Rock. ...
... explain that in the middle of Palisade there is an intersection that has the hippie brewery, the distillery, a winery and a medical marijuana shop (which thanks to amendment 64 is now just a pot shop.) Needless to say it is not the best section of town but it could be one stop shopping for some. Anyway, Eric tasted the tequilas and bourbons and was quite impressed. I decided to take over the driving so passed on the liquor.
Our last stop ...