The Maxwell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
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... snow board down. We stopped at a couple of vistas and did a couple of short hikes. Even though is was June, there was quite a bit of snow and at times quite cold as we went up in elevation. We visited the Alpine Visitors center before turning around and going back down. This is a beautiful park that I would like to visit again for a longer period of ...
... was comprimised and someone attempted to buy $700 of merchandise on Wal-Mart.com this week. Master Card caught it and deactivated our cards - thankfully - but what a pain. As we left the RMNP we stopped at another visitor’s center where National Park Junior Ranger Badges were ceremoniously bestowed upon the kids. The kids were begging to return to Jellystone to play mini-golf, so we hit the Safeway grocery store and headed for “campground, sweet, ...
... s hoodie to get a good panorama. We also stopped by Sprague Lake for one last quick glance and hope of seeing a moose but no luck. Since our breakfast had consisted of a taste of the apple Kuchen (which I chose to eat by tearing off a piece of its round goodness like a bear and Jym chose the option of sliding it off its round cardboard and directly into his mouth) in our car as we left the morning hike, we were quite starved. We wanted to do ...
... pulled over on the side. That usually means there is wildlife nearby. I jumped out of the car while Rodney was still figuring out how to park and I ran to the group of people with cameras. There was a momma moose and her baby about to swim in the lake. The little baby took off running as soon as he saw the water and he jumped and played in it. The mom took her time going to join him then spent about 15 minutes wading, blowing ...
We started our day at the Celestial Seasonings Tea Factory for a tour. The tour showed us how they get all the raw ingredients from all over the world and then they mill them to make them uniform size. A guy named Charlie brews up infusions of each batch of ingredient to taste them to make sure they meet the standards of Celestial Seasonings. Our tour guide said that he can tell the difference between blackberry leaves from China and those from Poland ...