The Maxwell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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In 1999, my husband and I made a short visit to the Rocky Mountain National Park while on a business trip to Denver, Colorado. The town of Estes Park is at the entrance to the park and is only 71 miles NW of Denver so was a good "day trip" for us. After entering the park, we took a hike along one of the beautiful streams in the park. We saw many Elk in ...
... the picture next week or hike that mountain in a month. Inexplicably, William and Mary Claire found the energy to sprint down the stone staircase when we decided to head to the café. We all gratefully entered the building a little dizzy, worn out and starving. It was just like a mountain resort ski-in restaurant. It’s a dark-wood A-frame building with tons of people milling about, pretty good food to choose from and poor visibility because of the insane ...
... it back to the trailhead and wandered over to see Bear Lake but opted to wait on the hike around the lake til evening. We went back to the hotel about 1:30 and took a little nap and then went back into the park about 4:15. It was a nice drive past elk to Bear Lake again. It was my plan to see it at sunset because the area is so lovely and you are higher elevation. But as we made our way up the mountain the sky was increasingly more overcast and ...
... were more trees to catch us if we rolled. ;) When we got to the fork that joined Trail Ridge Road, we asked the Ranger which trail to hike and he suggested the Colorado River trail head. It was a great hike but the entry sign was a bit disturbing. Rodney came from the car eating a granola bar and we decided it was best if he finished it and threw the wrapper away back at the car. Geez. We hiked about six miles then decided to ...
... father and daughter for an hour. As it turns out, he's a Zen Buddhist priest. I'm not sure what I thought a Zen priest would look like but I was surprised.
I carried my arms full of packages to the car and went home to my little garden. I then walked to the "Good Enough" grocery down the street to buy lunch food for next week then tried to catch the red squirrel in action. Every afternoon around 4PM, he picks an apple or two off ...