- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... red velvet cupcake. I guess we could have been a little more adventurous, but those looked pretty good. We tried the guava and blueberry so far. I love the guava!
We walked around a little more and then went to the grocery store to stock up a little. It was packed with July 4th people of course. We left and tried to find the shuttle that was near the grocery store, but nobody seemed to know. Of course, ...
... was a neat experience to witness the singing of their national anthem with no lead singer, or no music over the p.a system, pretty powerful really.
We had a bit of a sleep in on the second day and went on a 3 hour ( 9 mile) trail ride in Rocky Mountain National Park in the afternoon. We circled around Moraine Park and Beaver
Meadows. Great scenery and the smell of the wild flowers, especially the wild roses, will linger a bit longer in my ...
... at one point and I called the insurance company and actually spoke to a very nice woman who told me I can go to any ER but I wanted to avoid that at $150 co-pay. So she said I could also do urgent care and she looked it all up and said she couldn’t find one in Estes park but if I could find one on my own I could go there. I can’t say how much I hate seeing a dr. while on vacation. This happened to me in Banff years ago (those of ...
... We worked on crafts until the shop closed, and then figured out our supper plans. The kids ordered a pizza to eat in the room, while Tom & Linda went to the nice buffet at the Pine Room. We also spent some time skyping with Jared, and enjoyed catching up on his life, while also having the whole family "sort of together" for the first time all summer! All in all, it was a fun, relaxing day!
... vaccinations for polio and typhoid? TYPHOID! It made me sick, but I guess the upset stomach is way better than actually getting typhoid. And we have anti-malarial medication to take every day. But be careful of rabies. The travel clinic doctor was very helpful on this point. Her quote: If you get rabies you will have to get airlifted out. What?! Ya, let's buy those tickets.
All the joking ...