4 Seasons Inn
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... elk scrape an aspirin-like gel from under the bark as a pain-reliever after childbirth.
We went back to the hotel and watched the rest of The Shining. I got a bit scared and agitated, but we pushed through it. We spent a bit of time planning the next leg of our trip, and had dinner in the hotel restaurant before an early night. Had a bit of trouble falling asleep again, but no spirit ...
... I am not and it was all downhill from there – actually it was all uphill and that was the root of the problem – I had to stop half way around as my heart rate was over 170 and I thought I was going to pop!
I headed up north to Rocky Mountain National Park. Last time I was there was about 18 months ago and that was a very different experience. Back then it was late September, warm and sunny, and as it was a Saturday it was packed and the shuttle bus ...
In regards to the hotel/motel we are in…the beds are terrible for my back. It's a nice motel…don’t get me wrong but it has its quirks. I had a really nice bed in the Hampton Inn a few nights back and its hard to keep up with that. I think this bed was sort of hard and just difficult to sleep in…for me. I know beds are all about preference. The pillows were nice though. I thought maybe this hotel was related to the one we stayed at ...
Estes Park’s annual September Scottish-Irish Highland
Festival has been “On My List” for quite a long time. This year I finally decided
to take the plunge and attend. It always starts on a Thursday night with an
opening Tattoo and goes on through Sunday. I planned my visit to take in the
Tattoo on Thursday night and a full day of activities on Friday before things
get really crowded and chaotic on the weekend.
Until this ...
... the Pika are a touchstone for global warming--they can live only in cold temperatures and are VERY sensitive to climate changes. They are monitoring the Pika as a sign of warming; they will go extinct if (when) it warms up too much. They already live above 10,000 feet in elevation; there isn't much further to go.
After a short talk, the ranger said "let's walk a bit further on and I'll show you where the Pika live." A "bit" further ...