Days Inn - Pueblo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Pueblo
... for dinner... Crazy Americans. Other interesting things: the loos are really low here. Everywhere. Americans aren't that short so unsure what's going on there. Americans are getting bigger as we are travelling East. There are some other things but I'm in bed now and can't think ...
... passing. Again very hot with my garmin reading over 40c in the sun. Looking forward to rest day. After over 1400 miles and at day 20 with only 1 day off a lie in and chill out is required. Invited to dinner with some friends of Ketties (John and Susan) and tried frozen yogurt in the mall. Felt very American! Thanks to people's encouraging messages. Have appreciated them as I've been fighting the fatigue from a stupid cold, saddle sores and heat. Oo and ...
... into Kansas and lots of flat land. We've now met cyclists who started in the East and are heading in the opposite direction. We've been telling them of the terrible mountains which await. In turn, they're telling of the aggressive, mad dogs which await in Eastern Kentucky. We hope their stories are a bit embellished..... Ours certainly are! It feels great on a rest day, you get to sleep in, wear clean clothes and best of ...
... The walls of the eating area were covered with art done by a local artist. I think they feature different local artists so the artwork is changed every so often.
Cathy joined us as we then went to the steel mill museum. It was called CF&I for many years but is now owned and operated by ERVAZ, a Russian company. The mill has been operational since the mid to late 1800's. Back in the day it was totally self-sustaining as it had its ...
... canyon. We had some fun riding our bikes across it and taking pictures on and around the bridge... but other than that the only things we appreciated about the park were the shade, ice and restrooms. I'm not going to say I regret taking the extra time and effort to ride to the Bridge, because it is an experience I'm glad I have, but it did set us back on the rest of the very long and very hot ride... and as I found out later, the last 30 ...