Econo Lodge Brush

Address: 1208 North Colorado Ave., Brush, Colorado, 80723, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 1208 North Colorado Ave., Brush.
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        Travel Blogs from Brush

        America’s Immigration Road: The Great Platte

        A travel blog entry by josie.scott on Jul 27, 2015

        5 photos

        ... line. Again, I was struck by how picturesque and fertile this area, the Frenchman Creek Valley, appears. Maybe it’s a good year for crops, or maybe these little valleys are the hidden gems that made pioneering possible. The area appeared rich and well-tended.

        We are settled in Sterling, Colorado for the night. Tomorrow, we can expect more tears as we ascend the Big Thompson for the first time in many years.

        I can’t ...

        Sterling to Des Moines

        A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jun 20, 2013

        81 photos

        ... managing the shrine told us to take our time and enjoy it. He didn’t mind waiting on us. What a beautiful location. He explained that their vision was to create a gateway to heaven for all who are drawn to the shrine.

        The Holy Family Shrine is a non-profit organization receiving no funding from the Archdiocese. They operate solely on donations from visitors. There are about 20,000 visitors a year from all over the world.

        The story of ...

        Onto the Plains

        A travel blog entry by coatimundi on Jul 18, 2010

        ... to the east, where a brewpub - if the term is even recognized - is a novel concept, to say the least. Brighton is where I left the Colorado that's familiar to most and entered what really should be a separate state entirely: Plains Colorado. It sprawls south from the Platte River, boxes of hills and fields squared off by red lines on maps, their corners small, somewhat indistinguishable towns uncomfortably placed and unprotected from any sort of meteorological madness that may ...

        Corn, Love and Bugs

        A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jul 12, 2010

        8 photos

        ... tribute
        to the agricultural heritage of South Dakota.

      • The original Corn Palace, called "The Corn Belt Exposition" was established
        in 1892. Early settlers displayed the fruits of their harvest on the
        building exterior in order to prove the fertility of South Dakota soil.
        The third and present building was completed for it first festival at
        the present location in 1921.
      • The ...

      • Mountains, Mountains and Mountains

        A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Aug 18, 2009

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... I-70 followed the Colorado RIver as we wound our way through the Rockies. The variety in shapes and colors and landscapes was breathtaking.

        A favorite part of our trip was stopping in Denver. We visited Kelsey's cousin who lives there and went to dinner with her good friend Kevin. "Suprise! I'm in Denver! Whatchya doin ...