No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Alamosa
Night 25: North Mexico Today we drove 268 miles in a big U shape across the Rio Grande Valley. Weather was mild and overcast, topping off at about 78. We met with some light afternoon rain from the monsoon situation previously mentioned. I won't wrote too much today since I am very tired. I am mainly writing a summary so I will remember to fill in …
We drove past the closed camp ground at Great Sand Dunes National Park and up toward Horse Canyon. Through the "Sand Pit" and around some tight trees. After a frosty night in the cozy camper we hiked up the sand dunes, the high altitude, almost 9000 ft made me huff and puff all the way up. Once up there though the view over the sand dunes was great and we came flying down again on our feet. It was almost like snow under our ...
... As we continued to descend we did several smaller horseshoe curves going Sublette which was formerly a home for section gangs. Whiplash Curve was two horseshoe curves right beside each other. We went by Lava Tank and Lava Loop which is used for turning snow plows in the winter. The only interesting thing in the last hour was Hangman's Trestle where a bad guy from Antonito was hanged by a posse. The train seemed to be having ...
... Larry on the porch. Before long we had new neighbors beside us, two men from Grand Rapids, MI who had been backpacking in the San Juan Mountains just west of here. They were friendly and before long we talking about beer, birds, and travel. They gave Larry two beers to try. We talked to them until it was time to go to supper. For supper Larry had a burrito and I had a hot roast beef sandwich. Tonight Larry had ...
... in plans. Time to wander around here a bit. Its about 7:30 pm now and a sandstorm just finsihed blowing thru. I found a spot with a signal near a mini ampitheater. I an surrounded by gnats. Late tonight i plan on heading out to a place i scouted at the base of the dunes for some pics. Its quiet away from my campsite, the kids are loud and the parents sure dont seem like they are enjoying this. Looks like the blog service has issues right now...i will post some pics when its ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsGrizzly Inn Alamosa
This motel was pretty good for the price we paid. It was the cheapest in town and strangely in a pretty good neighborhood, close to the college. Because of its price it attracted a lot of migrant workers and people who needed to unwind after a long day of work. So parties went down. Rooms are clean and quiet though so I barely noticed. Staff is very nice.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.