Grizzly Inn

1919 Main St, Alamosa, Colorado, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Alamosa

Leaving Pagosa Springs...hippie roots visited!

A travel blog entry by missbliss1978


... is a Highway" by Tom Cochrane. I couldn’t help but snap this little amateur video. Oh and here are the official lyrics and video too J Eloo


Life's like a road that you travel on
There's one day here and the next day gone
Sometimes you bend, sometimes you stand
Sometimes you turn your back to the wind

There's a world outside every darkened door
Where blues won't haunt ...

USA Part 3 - The Adventures of Bruce Begin

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... why Cleave left bustling metropolis of Dysart for all this...

Something we had been looking forward to for some time now was the soccer world cup. To see Brazil first hand in all its disarray as it prepared for the tournament, the time had finally arrived for the games to begin. We were secluded to the upstairs TV to watch the Aussies play. ...

Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railway

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... 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 ...

Colorado Desert

A travel blog entry by harnishtrip2013


... we had put 4 gallons in a can in the back just for this
purpose. We stopped at a Loaf n' Jug (Turkey Hill) for gas. We got to the Sand Dunes, and thought that it would be ruined by rain. Fortunately, it stopped, and we were able to play on the dunes. We
definitely felt the altitude, and got quickly winded. We stayed at a campground for the night. It was odd, because there were no trees in the campground. There were also really neat shelters over the picnic ...

I did it!

A travel blog entry by bethh1902


They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. And I think I more or less lived that one today. We left our wonderful apartment in Colorado Springs this morning and made the three hour drive to Great Sand Dunes National Park. I had debated whether or not to visit this park, because it is quite a bit off the main highway (an hour and a half) but in the end we changed our reservations so that we could spend ...

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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrizzly Inn Alamosa

Reviewed by splencner

Good enough.

Reviewed Jun 26, 2012
by (28 reviews) Jefferson Park, Chicago, IL , United States Flag of United States

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.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Grizzly Inn Alamosa

2.50 of 5 stars Fair