Foot of the Mountain Motel

Address: 200 W Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, Colorado, 80302, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 200 W Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, is near Boulder Public Library, Mesa Trail, Redstone Meadery, and Central Park.
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    American Icons

    A travel blog entry by nkmorris on Jul 21, 2015

    9 comments, 42 photos

    ... reach Wall, the gateway to the Badlands. We had a rewarding intermediate stop at Sioux Falls, where we found a great Wellness Center, a concept that is proving a useful alternative, when necessary, to the Y for our swimming and gyming. Sioux is a stylish town, with a stately cathedral reminiscent of Europe, and a public arts program that sponsored upwards ...

    Day 20

    A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 22, 2014

    9 photos

    ... having me be in control of making any decisions I wanted to on my own at any given time, yet not knowing how the day was going to unfold, or who or what I would encounter along the way. It was such a wonder to be had, not having set plans or sleeping arrangements day after day. You are free to wander and explore as much as you want, wherever the urge takes you. I've come to discover that I absolutely love this way of traveling for ...

    Kickin' it in Colorado!!!

    A travel blog entry by happyronin on Aug 17, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... kinds of rock climbing (free-solo, water-solo, bouldering, alpine, aid, traditional, and sport).

    Of these, Ben and I most commonly do bouldering, traditional and sport climbing.

    Traditional climbing uses cams and nuts which are mechanical devices that are wedged into if I fall, the rope would catch on these cams, which hopefully was placed in well enough to hold the fall. It takes a little ...

    The Obligatory Reflection

    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment

    After almost a month of being back, it's time for the obligatory end-of-trip reflection. As my great friend Hannah said, "I'm excited to observe and see how travel changed you". While that makes me feel a bit like a lab rat, I have to agree that I am curious to see how I have grown. A few things I know I have learned so far are that: I LOVE free bathrooms that are not covered in spiders and bugs coming up through the hole ...

    Press Play

    A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Aug 04, 2014

    ... gig we would be going.

    We did some shopping in Denver before getting the bus from the crazy brand new bus station they have here. It’s like an airport only instead of getting on a plane you get on some horrible old bus.

    The journey was pleasant enough, some old man was joking with Charlotte about me bothering her because I kept waking her up to watch her reaction as she slept on the bus. We got off the bus and onto a local bus so we could get near to the house we ...