Super 8 Alamosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... going to Great Sand Dunes National Park and had to pick up a sand board and a sand sled. I was worried something would go wrong here and wouldn't you know it, it kinda did. When I rented the boards, the guy I talked to told me they didn't email confirmations, but that he could mail my receipt to me. They were closed on Sundays so you pick up your boards at the welcome center. We got to the welcome center in plenty of time, ...
... on a dry and barren sand dune with a snow capped mountain in such close proximity. Not sure if you could see this anywhere else in the world.
Getting down was much more enjoyable than getting up. We made some fun out of it and tried to leave a little Aussie influence on the dunes.
... br> The first part of the trip was uphill at steep grades and you could really hear the engine working. I think I can! I think I can! I think I can! Black smoke and steam just poured out of the stack. This is another narrow gauge railroad and our engine was pulling the maximum of 8 cars it could without adding another engine. The part of the trip was mostly through open country paralleling Rt. 17 most of the way. There were lots ...
... came from everyone in the indoor pool. Liam, Fiona, and I watched the whole scene play out. It took him 15 minutes to decide if he was going to jump or walk back down. He got on his stomach and looked down at the water and even tried scooting ofd the edge. By the time that he had made a decision all the lifeguards had blown the whistles and had everyone jump out of the pool for 15 minutes. After about half an hour everyone was done ...
... take pictures. We even did several different pictures at different times. My grandson loved it. He totally got the concept and thought it was super cool to be in four states at once. The rest of the monument consists of booths with a wide assortment of Indian crafts and food.
Once more on the road we stopped at the welcome to Colorado sign. I love taking photos with signs. Have done so all over the world. But this was just a photo stop and off we went.