SpringHill Suites Grand Junction Downtown / Historic Main St
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Grand Junction
... river and the various tributaries along with erosion and glacial action created the vista that we have today. We spent the entire day traversing the park stopping at most of the overlooks and taking several short hikes, and like hikes in previous parks the altitude had a dramatic negative effect on the length of the hikes. The Colorado National Monument is definitely a place not to be missed.
... pedal go carts are more work then one would expect. We did not make it out of the park except to get diesel and ice. The day was very restful. We hooked the car up and packed up the trailer in the evening in preparation for an early start the next day. We plan to travel to La Junta Colorado. ...
... the canyon. The river rushed with power below. As the rain subsided, we passed a ranch where the sliver of sun left in the sky played against the red rocks. The dark clouds behind the Rick made a stunning contrast. Lightning flashed and a full rainbow appeared above the whole scene. Unbelievable that thus scene could exist and that God would treat me to it. Wonder. We continued into a cloudy, foggy night across flat sage desert to the Colirado border, which is where we are ...
... it was a nice area but really didn't know what I was getting myself into. Durango was a outdoor tourist town with a lot of motels and a nice feel to it. But it wasn't till I got outside of town that my trip started to get interesting. As I left town and started to head into the mountains, I must have passed over 100 pedal bikers. All riding up towards the top of the mountains. One after another I passed. After about a half hour ...
... quiet. Next we drove to the town of Marble. They mine giant blocks of white marble here that are transported around the world to make buildings such as the Jefferson Memorial in DC. It was interesting to see the marble slabs but the museum and gallery were closed so we moved on. The drive was beautiful and soon we started driving through orchards, vineyards and organic farms. I kept seeing signs for Grand Junction and Palisades and figured we were ...