- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Photos of Appenzell Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Appenzell Inn Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... are several buildings, all built around the same time) which apparently has the most interactive hauntings. We took lots of photos, as suggested, but didn't see anything. **EDIT - weeks later, we looked at Justin's photos and could see things - see the uploaded photos**. We were led downstairs into a room they called 'Lucy's room', as apparently a spirit they call Lucy haunts it. The guide asked Lucy if she was cold, and to please shut the door. The ...
... a couple of times but I did manage to get completely lost while trying to get up to the Emerald lake – following what looked like the main trail only to find myself back at the Bear Lake. I considered going back up the trail but all the lakes are frozen and covered in snow so there seemed little point in going to see another sheet of snow. I went off instead to look at the Alberta Falls which I had seen in September of 2011 but the flow was low and they were not ...
... Basics but enough to fill us up.
We left the hotel and headed into the park again to do Old Fall Road and loop around to the area that was covered in cloud last night. We stopped at a great field right before the turnoff to the road and saw a bunch of elk. One big guy was bugling and went over and nudged his woman who was having none of it and eventually after her repeated attempts to ignore him failed simply got up and walked away. Very funny. ...
... is a
modified overhead log lift, no a metal contraption with interior hand holds for
an easier grip. Then there’s the Farmer’s Walk with heavy milk urns carried for
a distance, and round stone lifts. These are all undertaken by some big beefy
lads – no skinny boys here! I didn’t see any girls either. Women are involved
in bodybuilding, of course, but I’ve never heard of a World’s Strongest Woman
competition or seen ...
... the crowds. They came right up to the walls and strutted their stuff (also probably looking for handouts), and posed for photos. I posted a truly tiny sampling of the shots I took. I also saw a Peregrine Falcon there. Didn't get a photo, but the sighting was confirmed later by a ranger.
We got to the visitor's center, as I say, to discover that the walk had already started, but the ranger there thought we could catch up if we wanted. ...