Americas Best Value Inn- Grand Junction
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Headed out early to see the Stupa at Shambhala Mountain Centre. An enjoyable drive into the mountains. The stupa is amazingly beautiful and has a wonderful energy about it. It was built over 10 years by hundreds of people from construction people to many artists. Many lamas helped bless the stupa. I had the good fortune of being able to go up to the top secret floors reserved for vajrayana students. I meditated ...
... we were going to blow up. We laughed about it later, but besides that, PERFECTION. :)
The next day we met Pamela and Roy for a day of fishing on the nearby Island Lake. We were one of the only boats on the entire lake and we each caught a few Rainbow Trout.
Overall, a successful maiden voyage. :) We are excited for our trips to come and the memories that we will continuing making in the ...
... expected. As a result we made the executive decision to stay in Grand Junction 2 more nights, swayed also by the forecast for snow storms over the weekend. Our drive through the Colorado National Monument was better than we could have ever expected and to top it off we learnt about the regions abundance of dinosaur fossils. Standing where 70 million years ago dinosaurs roamed and flourished seemed surreal but we were doing it! Our first serious ...
... amp; quiet but had some quite nice looking shops, but unfortunately they were closed :( We went to Naggy McGees, a local Irish pub for tea! both of us had fish & chips, was really nice. It was then back to the hotel. We have another early start in the morning. Did watch some of Dancing with the Stars & am watching Castle as I write this, don't normally watch it but it is Nathan Fillion, so not going to ...
... salt bed. Water, ice, extreme temperatures and underground movement caused incredible formations of towering spires, pinnacles and balanced rocks to be formed. The arches themselves were formed from erosion and weathering.
We didn't care how they got here. We just loved being among them.
We walked to Sand Dune Arch through mounds of red sand and ate our picnic lunch at Balanced Rock. ...