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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
TripAdvisor Reviews Appenzell Inn Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... Lake is another .7 of a mile up, and features beautiful waterfalls. Fly-fishing seemed popular on this lake. The last, Emerald, is above the treeline, fed by glaciers, and surrounded by a mountain cirque nestled under Hallet's Peak. The trail opens to huge vistas where my panorama feature got lots of workout.
When we drove away, we knew we were leaving our favorite place in the world for the last time ...
... Even inbound the traffic was awful. Slow enough for me to take a photo of Mile High stadium. (Not that I really care about Mile High Stadium--which is no longer actually Mile High stadium, but is actually named after some business--in which John Elway played for so many years, while Tim and I kept alive the memory of his extreme poor sportsmanship after Stanford lost to Cal on "The Play" in 1983), but figured it was something to do, and I could add it to ...
... the trail we were on got more difficult, that he had just gotten caught in a snow squall and that the next point of interest on the trail would be another 2 miles. We turned around. Of course, going down was much easier. Sophie thinks that the couple who told us to go up more probably made the same mistake that we did and were just messing with us. Hiking humor, you know.
... night. Turns out the oldest barber is a bit of a legend. Apparently his grandson has been the starting quarterback at K State University for the past 3 years (he has the signed pictures on the wall to prove it).
We went to the rodeo. It was the first night of 5. It was a PRCA rodeo, so it was of a high standard. The clown was really funny and the venue was excellent. We were reminded of how patriotic Americans are during the opening ...
... somehow. But not much I can do to change it so we are just trying to make the best of it all.
Anyway the drive up the Old Fall River Road was really an eye opener for me. Usually when Jym and I have traveled to mountainous areas we always encounter like minded people who are all there to appreciate nature and the beauty and very friendly. This is NOT that experience for me at all. Maybe it is that there is such a ridiculous amount of people in ...