Lamplighter Motel

425 Main Street, Alamosa, Colorado, 81101, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Alamosa

Sand Dune Sunday

A travel blog entry by jxb2222 on Jul 06, 2014

34 photos

... on a top one. It was funny at this point and honestly just added to the adventure. I can pretty much stand anything for one night.

We then went to the park and went out where the huge sand dunes were. I mean, they are HUGE!!! We were meeting up with our friends Ilysse, Cassidy and Brody again for the night. When we first got out there, the sun was still out and it was hot out. The wind was also blowing really hard ...

USA Part 3 - The Adventures of Bruce Begin

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jun 09, 2014

1 comment, 62 photos

... dunes and headed to a nearby waterfall. Summer was only a couple of weeks away and it was warming up. The snow in the mountains was melting and channelling icy water down this stream. Our feet were numb by the time we reached the waterfall. This made getting back interesting.

That evening Cherrie’s twins were playing little league down ...

Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railway

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 12, 2013

59 photos

... along the way. Railroad fanatics who follow trains to take pictures etc. are called foamers. On this part of journey we crossed Lobato Trestle at 100 ft. above Wolf Creek. We went by Cresco Tank where trains can take on water. This tank was used in the movie: Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade. Then we came to Cumbres Pass the highest point on our journey at 10,015 ft. Our next memorable experience was navigating around ...

My favorite place in the world - Moab

A travel blog entry by hylandholland on Jun 21, 2013

... came from everyone in the indoor pool. Liam, Fiona, and I watched the whole scene play out. It took him 15 minutes to decide if he was going to jump or walk back down. He got on his stomach and looked down at the water and even tried scooting ofd the edge. By the time that he had made a decision all the lifeguards had blown the whistles and had everyone jump out of the pool for 15 minutes. After about half an hour everyone was done ...

Day 2: Things go downhill then uphill

A travel blog entry by travelingma on May 31, 2013

7 photos

... takes you through the center of town. I think the speed limits are how they pay for their government!

Along the way we saw many horses, steers, and goats; some llamas and a small herd of buffalo. Yet in spite of all the warning signs, we did not see any elk.There was enough to see and it changed often enough that the grandson stayed interested. We did stop to take pictures of the scenery along the way (just left the car running), and also stopped at Treasure Falls ...

Other places to stay in Alamosa

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    1919 Main St, Alamosa | Motel
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    Traveler rating: 3/5 Good (1 review)