Fawn Valley Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and leering black lads and the like. Scratch that, I’m glad I didn’t go for breakfast.
We left for the Rockies after 9 as I didn’t really want to drive in Denver rush hour traffic if I could avoid it. As it was it made no difference anyway as the roads were busy and hard work for pretty much the first 20 miles or so. There on occasion was 6 lanes of traffic and there are road works everywhere. What does me the most ...
... I saw a candy shop, rock shop, souvenior shop, fudge shop, pose for your own picture shop, candy shop….etc.), William strongly disagreed. He then disappointedly noted Estes Park’s lack of Ripley’s museums and rides. We stopped at the Fall River Visitor Center before entering Rocky Mountain National Park and I ran in to get some info. Will and I wanted to drive up the 9-mile Old Fall River Road to the Alpine Visitor Center. It was the first road built ...
... by 7:30 and saw the red sun burn hot as it peeked up over the fields of elk. But then as it rose higher in the sky it became shrouded in an overcast haze. So by the time we reached the trailheads it was very overcast. As we approached the trailheads from the parking area we see and HEAR a bunch of kids (high school) gathered by the shuttle stop. I hoped that they were going back down…I mean they WERE wearing pajamas! Maybe they were there ...
... Denver at the top of my lungs on the CD player, happy as a lark, and Art is rolling his eyes and mumbling under his breath and not so sure he wants to go on this trip with me after all! But whatever the origin of your dream, when you finally fulfill it, it is a wonderful thing, no matter how nerdy. So I am ecstatic to be in Colorado.
Our flight arrived on time, we picked up our rental car, and took the ...
... it was the cheapest thing we could find in the Estes Park Restaurant Magazine, but you get what you pay for. The pizza was okay at best. We did entertain ourselves however by counting children. Just at tables adjacent to ours, there were families with 7 children, 5 children, 4 children, and 11 children. The 11, however, had two sets of parents, so we're hoping for a split there of some kind. (Political aside alert!) I continue to be amazed ...