Cliff House Lodge and Hot Tub Cottages

Address: 121 Stone St., Morrison, Colorado, 80465, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 121 Stone St., Morrison, is near Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, Dinosaur Ridge, and Morrison Natural History Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Morrison

    An acronym amended.

    A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 15, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... not best pleased to find the soap in their shower had a certain type of hair embedded in it.

    The garden is full of statuary and metal furniture, together a few hippies in tents, another littleearner at 20-40 bucks per night. This place is a cross between Fawlty Towers and Acorn Antiques. It dawned on us that we had paid Scott top dollar IN CASH ("so we don't have to declare it"), for two nights up front, something we were starting to regret.

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    A plan comes together...

    A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 14, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... you do look at the clip you will see that the band is playing in a most remarkable looking natural amphitheatre - which appears to be cut into a cliff. When I first saw this video I was rather interested, and a little research showed the venue to be the “Red Rocks Amphitheater” in Morrison just to the west of Denver. “A-ha,” I thought “that could be pretty close to the route that we will be taking on our trip.” And so, to cut ...

    The Fifth Day (Denver)

    A travel blog entry by isabellerose13 on Dec 23, 2013

    ... it looks kind of like the tubes you float in when your in a pool except it is covered at the bottom) and give it to a guy that hooks it into this thing that pulls you up a the hill, kind of like a ski lift. When you get to the top you have to quickly unload and choose which hill you want to slide down. It slides down really fast and it was so fun, you could go down by yourself or there were double tubes where two people could go ...

    Wild west

    A travel blog entry by mattskinner on Sep 05, 2013

    55 photos

    ... drizzling on the way up, which was great because it was stinking hot (probably around 33 degrees). As we were ascending a thunderstorm was brewing not too far away. The thunder and lightning here is amazing, it really is different to back home, you can see the individual bolts, the thunder roars on for what seems minutes at a time. As we were getting closer to the top, the storm was rolling on in, and ended up right on top of us. We were drenched, and ...

    Red Rocks - The World's Best Concert Venue

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 08, 2013

    26 photos

    ... park with impressive rock formations at the foot of the mountains but also for its huge amphitheater built into one of those formations that has become one of the country’s leading concert venues. Apparently the acoustics are almost as good as the scenery.

    Although concerts were held on the site earlier and plans for building a larger concert venue began during the 1920s, most of the construction of Red Rocks took place during the New Deal years between ...