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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
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... of waterfalls all the way up. No pictures--we were concentrating in the road! On the way back, we took what we thought was a short cut, but it turned out to be a long cut--we did see some new country. We were glad to get back on a paved road! This afternoon we packed everything up & took our last walk here. We're loaded and ready to head out for our next stop tomorrow ...
... Our neighbor said the low last night was 29°. Eat your heart out you Texans down there in your sauna! By 10:00 it was warm enough for a 30 mile (one way) motorcycle trip across Cottonwood Pass to Buena Vista. Half of the ride was like riding on a rub board the other side was great. Beautiful all the way. We even saw a moose. Having a great ...
It's the night before our epic journey. Our first trip to New York together, our first trip to Europe together, and our first 3 week trip together. Anticipation, excitement...anxiety? Miraculously we are both packed and it's only 9:30. The pup has been shuttled off to Shaboomee sleep-away ...
... parked the rig and the Jeep, and settled in. Mike and Dafri have a beautiful place and are, I must say, the consummate hosts. Their grandson, Cap, was there, having taken the first workshop, and we were joined by their son, Sumner who flew in for our workshop, and his wife and two children who drove in two days later from California. Their travel agenda was driven by the baseball playoffs for their son’s team. It was a ...
... an exaggeration. The truth was the jeep was starting to run a little funny and I was scared to death that it would break down in the woods. With him on our tail, at least I knew someone would know we were in trouble. I did not really ever consider rolling off the mountain to be an actual risk, but we did see one truck deep into the valley that did exactly that. It seems to have been there for many years. I doubt ...