The Victor Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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Sorry that I am so behind in my blog but we have had 3 nights free camping or boondocking as they call it here and 1 night at a national park - so no WiFi.
Day 15. Tuesday 9 June 2015
Today, we drove to the Garden of the Gods. When you read about it, it sounds like a tourist shop. So we were presently surprised when we got there as it is a most magic place. For scenery, I would say in my top 10. The man who always be free. It is ...
Day 14. Monday 8 June 2015
Left Trinidad and drove to Ludlow. We had been told of this town and its tragic events by a lady in a most wonderful gift shop/eatery in sleepy La Veta. She told us that it was one of the most shameful events in USA history.
In 1914, coalminers who were mostly European or Asian went on strike for more money, better conditions and safer work practices. They were poorly paid with scrip which could only be used in the company store. ...
... to Garden of the Gods. I was enjoying the amazing view, when two guys started yelling at me from a nearby rock. It really ruined the experience. It made my inner feminist start to boil, but I just removed myself from the situation instead. I was getting fed up with trying to enjoy this city, when I started walking back and had the mountains catch my eye. WOW!!! I was thinking that Colorado wasn't as magnificently beautiful as I always heard, ...
... 18 where I had a slow leak and then two punctured tubes. For those of you that don't know, these are incredibly frustrating and really are a mental setback for me. Fortunately had two great friends Mitchell and Christine stop to help me and we rode 45mi to lunch. I took afternoon solo, cranked up speed, and enjoyed last 30mi into host town. We rode quick enough to get there with plenty of time to explore, but Not much to see besides a few thrift ...
... any other peaks of similar height. From the summit you can see directly out to the plains to the east, a broad valley to the west with a significant distance to the next very high range (the Sangre de Christos), and lower peaks to the north and south. You don’t find yourself at the summit in a sea of jagged peaks to the horizon in most directions as you do on the top of some other fourteeners around Colorado such as in the San Juan ...