Holiday Inn Express
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I enjoyed my free breakfast of pancakes and eggs.I also grabbed a couple nuts and fruit so I could snack on it later. Then I headed to fill up my tank at a Chevron for $32.99. Finally I headed to the Santa Fe National Forest! After my wonderful day I came back to the hotel and was not very hungry so I had a Coconut Chocolate Chip Clif Bar and went …
... in sight.
We visited pueblos and strange geological moonscapes, looked at the damaged caused by a flash flood (the water bending and ripping strong steel pipes), one that a few weeks ago killed 3 boyscouts who were camping on the river bank when the flood flashed through without warning.
In Woody's 4x4 we went everywhere - places that the normal tourist does not even know about.
A day when someone else drove - a good day.
... There is a rooftop pool and the lobby is very nice.
We got our stuff into the room and headed out to explore the town. The location of the hotel is great. We are really close to the Old Town Plaza. There are so many cute shops and restaurants all around it. There is music in the plaza park every evening. We went to The Shed for dinner and had to wait a long time. We walked around the plaza and made a plan to come back ...
... Canyon of Yellowstone. We hiked down the trail to the lower falls and Malory was too afraid of heights to get any shots of the 600 ft. drop off. Kyle took over as Historian and captured many neat photos of the area. The long arduous trek back up the mountain was no small feat. We then traveled to Norris after leaving Hayden Valley and Canyon Falls to smell sulfur and brimstone at all the Geysers! This was Kyle's favorite part of the park. A ...
... history, and well explained and displayed. There was a room about WW II where they talked about Los Alamos, and about the place where the scientists, and all involved in the Manhattan project, went and were "disappeared" to los Alamos to work on the secret project. We saw the plaque on the wall of the building, which is now a shop... In the same building there was a cowboy exhibition, and the ticket also took us to the Governors' Palace. So ...